In this special edition of Style File, Seattleite’s fashion expert travels to Asia to scope out vibrant cultural style.
While vacationing in India, week before last, I was taken with the styles of the women there. With bright colors and prints, traditional saris and more modern kurtas, it was hard not to become enamored with their affinity for their traditional past and nod to modern style. These photos were snapped while sightseeing in Delhi. (more…)
The Art Institute of Seattle presents their Ready to Wear Spring and Fall 2012 trends.
The 14th annual Student Fashion Show will showcase 80 to 100 outfits designed by students at The Art Institute of Seattle. These pieces will reveal Ready to Wear trends for Spring and Fall 2012. (more…)
Fashion, glitz and glamour for Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest.
When the Susan G. Komen foundation announced it was cutting critical funding for Planned Parenthood, many were outraged. In a response to the controversy, Northwest designers, make-up artists, models and fashion enthusiasts decided to take matters into their own hands (more…)
Where function meets fashion.
Rain gear doesn’t have to be boring…or black. Keep dry in style with some of these gorgeous and functional items, perfect for weathering the most Seattle weather can dream up. (more…)
Get a head start on your Spring wardrobe with these hot trending styles.
Updating your wardrobe for spring? The quickest way to get the look is by picking up some prep-wear. That’s right! Preppy is back in a big way in bold colors and graphic prints. (more…)
Celebrate a night of fashion and support a cause close to our hearts.
The fourth annual Project Red Dress aims to show off local talent and help support a worthy cause. Directed by Eduardo Khawam of the Metropolitan Fashion Week, the event allows Seattle-area design students to create gowns to display while competing for a scholarship. Entertainment will include a performance by Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra. (more…)
You can be one Kevin Bacon away from Michelle Obama, thanks to Jason Wu‘s fabulous designs from Target. The Taiwanese designer — who achieved international fame in 2008 when he designed the First Lady’s dress for the Inaugural Ball — is known for quality designs, attention to detail and a little vintage twist. (more…)