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.
Pink Carpet Project: Seattle Fashion Stands with Planned Parenthood. Thursday, March 1st (8pm) at Fred Wildlife Refuge. This is a 21 and over event.
The theme of the new Jason Wu for Target collection is mischief. Cute and appropriate. If the line wasn’t pretty and accessible enough, Mr. Wu added an adorable mascot to his marketing. Genius.
Breaking news! Not one, but two Seattle designers made the cast of NBC’s new fashion-slanted-reality-competition-show, Fashion Star. Sounds like bragging rights to me!
Erin McKean is the author of several word-focused books and holder of a position on the advisory board of Wikipedia. It was only a matter of time before she created some new way of looking at language.
The highly anticipated Missoni for Target collection which was intended to be a six week promotion of 400 items in limited stock, sold out in one day. Wouldn’t you want to own a designer garment for a Target price?
Seattle Arts & Lectures is presenting Eternity in a Ruffle: Fashion in Art, Art in Fashion, a five-session lecture series on the history of modern fashion and the ideas it engenders and engages. From what we wear to who we are, fashion is both a means of self-expression and a way that our times mark us historically. Tina Witherspoon agrees, and explores the implications of the series’ subject in her inaugural piece.
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