This is not your run-of-the-mill art show folks. RAW events are multi-faceted artistic showcases featuring visual art, film, fashion, music, hair & makeup artistry, photography, models and performance.
Dolce Vita is offering up 1,500 of their current season footwear and apparel items at 60-80% off. Clear your calendar for Saturday and Sunday, August 11th and 12th at Object in Belltown.
When Ralph Lauren won the job of designing and producing the 2012 US Olympic uniforms, he could have calculatedly issued a press release stating that “in support of our athletes and the nation’s job market, he was going to find a US factory and have the team’s uniforms made locally, even if it meant a slim profit margin.” Had he done this, he would be a hero right now, rather than a joke.
It’s called The Kippy Ding Ding and it’s full of pretty vintage clothes, funky jewelry and lots of old, sparkly, wonderful finds.
Not that I ever play it safe, but I thought I’d go all out on this outfit post. Bohemian chic all the way! Total outfit cost: $38.97
Locavore aims to combine the creativity of both art and fashion in an exciting afternoon. Eastside boutiques will grace the runway, along with custom garments made from an artist/designer collaboration.
The YWCA Inspire Luncheons have been happening for over 20 years now, but if you’ve never been to one, we highly recommend it. From the client stories to the guest speaker to the amazing energy in the room, you will be inspired.
Tuesday, March 13th brought the premiere of NBC’s new reality show, Fashion Star. Seattle is represented by not one, but two designers on Fashion Star. Lizzie Parker, who sells her line out of her boutique in Kirkland and Lisa Vian Hunter who has a lovely shop in Madison Park.
Jessica Burstein is a tiny, striking and brilliant force of nature. At the first session of the Seattle Arts & Lecture series, Eternity in a Ruffle, she blew my mind.