As one of the most significant and ornate clothing periods of all the ages, Medieval garb perpetually enchants us with its magical influences and dramatic aesthetic. Its relevance marked by the creation of clothing buttons, houppelandes (the precursor to men’s trousers), and the tailor profession (more…)
Amid the vibrant, bustling activity of the International District is the Wing Luke Museum– curator, collector, and centerpiece of local Asian Pacific American stories and phenomena. Next up on the docket: fashion collections from local to national Asian-American designers (from Trina Turk (more…)
Seattle is the home to an estimated 240 fashion designers, and as of a few months ago, local retail heavy-hitters are starting to take notice. (more…)
Good news for shopping enthusiasts who can’t stand their families: “Black Friday” is now an antiquated idiom with nearly a half dozen major retailers hosting their “Black Thursday” sales on Thanksgiving day.
Art and culture have inspired fashion designers for centuries. Now, fashion inspires art and technology with digital installation artist, Miguel Chevalier’s “8 ties” installation at the Bravern. Drawing from the new Hermès Heavy Twill collection, (more…)
This October the Seattle Art Museum will get in touch with its more feminine side with it’s upcoming exhibition: Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Featuring more than 130 works of art (more…)
Celebrated designer, writer, stylist and philanthropist, Rachel Roy, recently revealed her new shoe collection at the Nordstrom flagship, and we got a few moments to ask all about her new work, styling for Michelle Obama, and more. (more…)