Holiday Gift Guide 2018

5 Home Goods for the Pacific Northwest Abode

From ceramic wares to walnut oak furniture, here's a few ideas for the person whose style is local through and through.

12/10/2018 By Rosin Saez With Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 10–16

This week: The SoDo Flea Market is back, Tides and Pines hosts a wreath making workshop, and Glassybaby gets its hands dirty with floral design.

12/10/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

11 Holiday Markets You Need to Check Out

It's time to knock out those lists...one local market at a time.

12/07/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Holiday Gift Guide 2018

5 Ways to Give the Gift of Self-Care

For the person whose wish list primarily consists of lotions, potions, and locally jarred creams.

12/06/2018 By Rosin Saez With Elizabeth Podlesnik

Holiday Gift Guide 2018

5 Bags and Bling for the Accessory-Obsessed

Purses: the ever-dependable gift—where else will we store our righteous indignation and movie snacks?

12/03/2018 By Rosin Saez With Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 3–9

This week: Sell Your Sole Consignment hosts a holiday donation drive and cocktail soiree, Prairie Underground blesses us with another sample sale, and the Se...

12/03/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When November 26–December 2

This week: A 'Bachelorette' alum hosts a fashion show, Seattle Gents takes men's wardrobing to the next level, and the Gates Foundation hosts its annual Giving Marketplace.

11/26/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Jam Session

A Behind the Scenes Look at Our Best Baked Treats

See how we stacked biscuits sky high for this month's roundup of baked goodies.

11/20/2018 By Sara Marie D’Eugenio

House of Cars

More Homeless Seattleites Live in Their Vehicles Than Ever Before

But city officials are back to square one.

11/20/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Sales & Events

Wear What When November 19–25

This week: Glasswing celebrates five years of business, plus more popups and sales to put you in the holiday gift-giving spirit.

11/19/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When November 12–18

This week: Ballard hosts its first Night Market, Stumptown Coffee provides the caffeine while local artists provide the goods, and Chophouse Row has a huge, ...

11/12/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When November 5–11

This week: Industry leaders talk conscious consumerism, Canada Goose debuts a new line at Totokaelo, and Goodwill is having their annual Glitter Sale.

11/05/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Ales for Smart Alecks

The Seattleite's Guide to Bar Trivia

Grab a pencil (and a beer)—trivia night is on all across the city, from Ballard to Capitol Hill and beyond.

10/29/2018 Edited by Jaime Archer and Aly Brady Photography by Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 29–November 4

Marimekko winter coat sale at Pirkko, tarot card readings at Moorea Seal, and an innovative wellness workshop.

10/29/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 22–28

Popups run the town this week at Baby and Company and the Thompson Hotel. Plus, get a guided tour of Filson's SoDo flagship.

10/22/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 15–21

The word of the week is "party"—at Moorea Seal, at Fresh Tangerine—and you won't want to miss any of them.

10/15/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Feature

A Rumor in Madrona

Can a decades-old deadly home invasion case help unmask the dangers of the misinformation age?

10/15/2018 By James Ross Gardner

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 8–14

Fall is in the air which means back-to-school shopping and sales at Bellefleur, SoDo Flea Market, and Sassafras.

10/08/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When October 1–7

This week: Glasswing and Glassybaby host hands-on workshops, and there's a party where you can rock your best '90s apparel.

10/01/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Style Recap

Fashion for Conservation Combines Couture and Biodiversity Advocacy

“What we do is mission centric. There is always something that can be done to make things right on our planet.”

09/26/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik