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What to Stream in Seattle September 25–October 1

Get inspired this week from the worlds of fashion, innovation, and health and wellness.

By Carli Ricker September 25, 2020

A woman walks a fashion runway in a cream colored dress with a tan sweater draped over one shoulder.

If your wardrobe needs updating, The Bellevue Collection's virtual fashion shows can provide inspiration. 

Sept 25 & 26  
Bellevue Fashion Week Virtual Runway Shows 
Anything beyond a sweatshirt has been high fashion during work-from-home days. But if you’re looking to revamp your wardrobe, this year’s Fashion Week at the Bellevue Collection—with its two virtual runway shows—may help. The Posh Party Trend show offers a look at what's in this fallwhile the Collective Runway show features high-end brands and luxury pieces—ideal for those camera-on Zoom calls7pm, $50 (both shows)  

Fri, Sept 25  
Films by Gabrielle Tesfaye
Matching the mystical tales involving mermaids and magic in Gabrielle Tesfaye’s films is the equally dream-like way she tellthese stories: a mix of live action and stop motion animationTwo of Tesfaye’s films—“The Water Will Carry Us Home” and “My Love, Ethiopia”—will stream through the arts and culture center Wa Na Wari and the Sankofa Film Society. After the showing, Tesfaye will jump on Zoom for a discussion with Zola Mumford, curator of the Seattle Black Film Festival. 6pm, Free  

Wed, Sept 30 
Innovation Exchange
You’ve heard it before: Seattle is an innovation hub. To continue the celebration of the city’s creativity, the Museum of History and Industry is hosting its 11th Innovation Exchange online. This year’s theme is the community’s creative responses to Covid-19. Speakers from organizations including Seattle Goodwill, Microsoft Philanthropies, and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation will share how transitions forced by the pandemic have furthered industries and public services. Donations during the event will support the museum’s exhibit resources and educational programming. 4pm, Free  

Thu, Oct 1 
24 Ways to Move More
Seattle’s nice days will soon dwindle, meaning it’s time to start squeezing in all those hikes you promised yourself you’d try this summer and bust out the rollerblades you impulse bought after seeing them trending on Instagram. Want other movement suggestions? Nicole Tsong will talk about her new book 24 Ways to Move More: Monthly Inspiration for Health and Movement with former KING 5 anchor Lori Matsukawa. 7pm, Free  

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