Digital Editor

Rosin Saez covers various beats for Seattle Met, from style to sports to dining. She also edits the Elements of Style department and develops regular fashion features. As the digital editor, Rosin helms Seattle Met's online content, which entails managing editorial direction for web stories, editing writers, converting the print issues into a digital format, and running the magazine's social media accounts.

Rosin grew up in Bremerton, Washington. She graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in Environmental Science and Italian Studies. You can follow her on Instagram @rosink and Twitter @rosinkal.

Fun With Listicles

13 Boozy Slushies to Suit Your Mood

Frozen drinks conjure up images of palm trees and balmy weather, but our city has its own boozy slushy scene once the temperature starts to rise. Here’s where to find them.

07/24/2018 By Jaime Archer

Awards & Accolades

This Is Huge: Navy Strength Awarded Best New American Cocktail Bar

The Belltown tiki gem was recognized at Tales of the Cocktails in New Orleans this past weekend, as were Rumba, Zig Zag Cafe, and Heartwood Provisions.

07/23/2018 By Rosin Saez

Last Week in Politics

Top 10 Stories: Gun Ownership Laws, Reunification at SeaTac, and Plastic Straw Ban Effects

Your weekly dose of top political stories.

07/17/2018 By Grace Madigan

State Park Adventures

Hike, Paddle, and Climb: 14 More State Parks to Explore

Kayaking, glamping, sledding. And that's just the start. You wouldn’t believe what Washington's state parks hold.

07/17/2018 By Allison Williams

Adventure Falls

Photograph at Palouse Falls

Whether a thunderous roar or cliffside icicle, the falls are an eastern Washington marvel.

07/17/2018 By Allison Williams

Adventure Cave

Spelunk at Crawford

Tours at Gardner Cave show off stalagmites and underground pools—and offer Goonies vibes.

07/17/2018 By Allison Williams

Cover Story

29 Epic Washington State Park Adventures

Washington’s got more than 100 of them, and from half-acre grounds to cross-state trails, our state parks are a whole different kind of wild.

07/17/2018 By Allison Williams

Elements of Style

Sportswear That Doesn’t Sacrifice Style for Function

Seattle’s long had the leisurely athletic look on lock, but nowadays local outfitters help sportswear feel as sartorial as it is practical.

07/17/2018 By Rosin Saez Photography by Justin Gollmer

Habitat

A Natural Take on a Modern Mount Baker Home

Reclaimed wood accents and siding help soften this house’s modern angles.

07/17/2018 By Stefan Milne

Diminutive Drones

The University of Washington’s Wireless Robotic Insect Takes Flight

For the first time, a robo-insect flies without a tether.

07/17/2018 By Rosin Saez

Recommendations

Some of the City’s Hottest Destinations for Cool, Cool Treats

Spoiler alert: We love ice cream.

07/17/2018 By Seattle Met Staff and Rosin Saez

News Feed

Seattle Restaurant News August 2018

Fried chicken conquers the city, Pike Place Market throws its 111th Sunset Supper, and local chefs bring Seattle cuisine to Japan.

07/17/2018 By Rosin Saez

Eat Here Now

What We're Eating Now August 2018

This month’s favorites: tamales packed with bacon, a barbecue-friendly red wine, and the best deep dish pizza in town.

07/17/2018 By Rosin Saez, Allecia Vermillion, and Sean P. Sullivan

Sales & Events

Wear What When July 16–23

It's floral week with Mayesh Design, Urban Sprouts gets artsy with plants, and designer Natalie Joy pops in at Frye Art Museum.

07/16/2018 By Katheryn Grice

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work July 16–19

The poetry in Seattle traffic, recent developments in Russian eloquence, and learning more about moms.

07/16/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Northwest Hope & Healing

Northwest Hope and Healing Style Fundraiser 2018

The “Style” Fashion Fundraiser has become its biggest fundraiser and biggest attraction, raising over $310,000 this year.

07/09/2018

Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium Splash Gala 2018

On June 1, the Seattle Aquarium hosted the 27th annual Splash! gala, raising more than $848,000.

07/09/2018

Pizza Partings

Pagliacci Pizza's First-Ever Location Is Closing

See also: Farewell to my college pizza joint.

07/09/2018 By Rosin Saez

Creation Station

A Craft Arts Studio with Classes Arrives in the U District

It's called StudioLife. It will make you feel like living that Martha Stewart craft life. It opens July 7.

07/05/2018 By Katheryn Grice

First Look

Follain Is Officially Open in the University Village

The clean beauty boutique is as fresh and pristine as the skin care within it.

06/29/2018 By Rosin Saez Photography by Katheryn Grice