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Identity Politics

Go See: Your Feast Has Ended at the Frye

The important new show looks at traditional adornment and personal style via couture techniques, vintage clothing, and basketball jerseys.

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 06/13/2014

The New Goth

Go See: Mark Mitchell's Burial at the Frye

Reasons to get to this show by October 20, and to see the artist speak on Saturday, October 5.

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 09/30/2013

Local Designer Collaboration

We Were There: Tarboo x ThisThat

The locally built brand kicks off their first series of crewneck pullover sweatshirts made in tandem with the screen-printers at West Seattle's ThisThat.

  • By Abiola Akanni
  • Published 12/03/2012

Visual Art

The Unfelt Tremors of Mw [Moment Magnitude]

Frye Art Museum's latest exhibit only registers as a rumble.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 10/23/2012


Trunk Show: Tarboo for Her

If the term’s still around, future generations will call this Seattle-made line a "heritage brand."

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 05/06/2011


Popup: Punctuation Gallery

The multimedia art space on Capitol Hill is a vintage store and shirting shop for the rest of the month.

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 03/11/2011


Slideshow: Punctuation by Tarboo

Small-batch men’s shirting, made in Seattle, built to last.

  • Published 12/09/2010


Family Value

Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes serves as “refuse alchemist” of the Archive Vintage Redistribution Project, a new retail enterprise obsessed with enduring quality and Northwest brands—a sort of shop-in-shop at Punctuation on Capitol Hill.

  • By Laura Cassidy
  • Published 11/15/2010
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