High Rise Sublime

A penthouse on the edge of Belltown sets the scene for spring looks in which ’70s glam and groove are in perfect accordance with modern minimalism.

By Laura Cassidy March 14, 2011 Published in the April 2011 issue of Seattle Met

Neutral tones pair with the season’s brights; piled-on accessories achieve earthy extravagance. Bell-shaped sleeves, wide-brim hats, and glossy lips recall the liberated lush life.

Silk zip-front top by Marni ($500), Neiman Marcus. Alpaca and wool belted swing jacket by Tucker ($442), Les Amis. Maison Martin Margiela suede shorts ($1,465) and leather and faux-wood belt ($360), organic vegetable-dyed cotton cord necklace by Erin Considine ($226), Totokaelo. Haskell semi-precious multistone necklace ($425), Butch Blum. Vintage amazonite necklace ($28) and vintage wool hat ($22), Indian Summer. Handmade sterling silver earrings by Seattle artist Dorothy Cheng ($82), handmade glass rings by Seattle artist Armelle Bouchet O’Neill (worn throughout; $50 each), Far 4. Two thousand-square-foot LEED silver–certified penthouse at Mosler Lofts ($2,195,000), Sean Nielsen/Windermere Real Estate.

Image: Ryan McVay

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