Let’s be real: our style is set on casual these days, and we could all use a bit of inspiration. Pacific Place is celebrating our favorite season—fall, with interactive online experiences that are set to enliven your fashion spirit.
Throughout September, Pacific Place is hosting virtual happenings, including a new series of closet tours from local style-insiders, imaginative and colorful DIY workshops, weekly fall trends and sale updates, and a full calendar of iconic fashion films fit to inspire. Check out the details for their full line up:
September 2: Closet Tour: Darcy Camden Founder & chief stylist of Styled Seattle
September 9: Closet Tour: Antonio Smith Lifestyle and travel influencer and founder of Seattle Gents
September 10: Tabletop Florals Workshop with Holly Yee Floral architect Holly Yee will share creative and stylish ways to add flowers to the dining table. Tune in for how to design in kitchenware vessels and food containers, food and flower arrangements, and elevating arrangements off the table.
September 16: Closet Tour: Asa Herrman Jewelry designer and blogger at Lace & Pearls Blog
September 23: Closet Tour: Lisa Cole Fashion & style writer for Vanguard Seattle, style influencer
September 24: DIY Painted Denim with Kirsty and Jenn Friends and style influencers Kirsty and Jenn will share steps and inspiration on transforming denim pieces into artistic must-haves in your wardrobe for fall.
30 Days of Film & Fashion Don’t miss their monthlong calendar of favorite fashion-meets-films like Mahogany and Annie Hall. Find the list at Fashion Meets Film Series and join the conversation; share ideas and inspiration on social media at #FashionMeetsFilm.
E-SHOP Shop from home all month, and find our fall favorites from our stores and restaurants.
Followers on Pacific Place’s social pages will also have opportunities to enter-to-win for fun prizes throughout the month, including restaurant gift cards, beauty packs, apparel, or accessories.
Those searching to snap up fall trends can keep an eye on special sales, top trend lists, and deals at the Pacific Place E-Shop or in person.
Pacific Place reopened for business beginning June 6, 2020, with new signage and experiences to support safe and distanced shopping and dining. Shops and restaurants like Din Tai Fung, The Handmade Showroom, Aveda, Gallery Onyx, Bezel & Kiln, and Lululemon are now open for in-person shopping and dining. The center prepares to welcome new businesses, including HaiDiLao Hot Pot and Paper Source (September 15). Some restaurants continue to provide delivery services as well; for a list of updated openings and services, visit www.pacificplaceseattle.com.