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Nov 16, 2009
A Seattle architect’s naturalistic influences resonate in the Northwest and the country.
Nov 13, 2009
Right around this time of year, galleries, shops, and studios start staging lots more openings, exhibits, and sales. Why? Because working artists need work. Sales, that is. And you need gifts,...
Nov 12, 2009
This is a story about two knitwear designers that became so successful that they were no longer actually designing or knitting. You know how that kind of thing can happen. Businesses don’t run on...
Nov 11, 2009
It’s surprising: Some of the most non-trad brides end up wanting that princess gown, and then some women follow tradition to the letter — but opt for a pale blue knee-length tea dress. I’m often...
Nov 3, 2009
She tells some of the best visual stories in town. The Weekly and The Stranger both think so (the latter even named her one of the city’s sexiest people; it’s alarming that that yearly list has...
Nov 2, 2009
Almost a year to the day after the New York Times ran this piece about finding sartorial bliss while shopping heritage brands and the hardware store, the team behind Blackbird continues its...
Oct 29, 2009
Still pictures from the Nico Rich collection
Oct 28, 2009
Welcome to the middle of your week and another Wedding Wednesday. Even if you’re not walking down any aisles any time soon, bear in mind that all sorts of things that happen at weddings can be...
Oct 27, 2009
I stopped into A Mano yesterday to chat with owner Nealy Blau about a new, locally based knitwear line she’s carrying (more on that later), and we ended up ooing and ahhing over a couple pair of...
Oct 23, 2009
That’s it: I’m starting a list of the most beautiful shops in town. If I had started it last week, there would’ve been three for-sures, but since I started it today, after visiting the just-opened...
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