What's New in the Shops at Seattle Met

New shops, new products, all local.

By Zoe Sayler

The products listed here were selected by a member of the editorial staff. Should you choose to purchase a product through a link on this page, we may receive an affiliate commission.

FRESH AND LOCAL. It's not just for farmers markets anymore. 

The Shops at Seattle Met welcomes brand-new local Seattle-area all the time—and brand-new products even more often. In the past few weeks, we've added businesses like Ballard boutique Prism, skincare line Kari Gran, and gifting phenom Campanula Design Studio to our online marketplace (to name a few). Meanwhile, our existing vendors added countless new items to their lineups.

In short: Every purchase you make supports and comes to you directly from a local shop. And there's a lot of cool stuff you should see. 

These products were chosen by our editorial staff from the Shops at Seattle Met, the city's first online marketplace bringing the best local businesses together in one place

Former University of Washington golfers founded Radmor with an eye toward sustainability, design, and course-ready performance. This light pima cotton top offers some serious range of motion in a fun-but-muted pattern. 

Designed by Kris Myllenbeck, former stylist at big-name brands like Nordstrom and Nike, Mylle's petite backyard pools make summer a little cooler—and a whole lot cooler looking. This newly released pattern combines periwinkle-lavender and earthy terracotta in a trendy checkerboard that will up your patio game.

High quality, recycled sterling silver from longtime Seattle jeweler Boma goes with you everywhere, from the shower to the mountains depicted on this delicate 7/8-inch pendant necklace.

The intersection of the venn diagram between fun and fashionable looks exactly like this upcycled cotton hat—which makes it beloved by bold little ones and stylish parents alike (or vice versa). Available in two sizes for kids two to six and seven to 15, and baby Wolly caps for even littler ones. 

Hot Cakes whiskey caramel sauce, cocktail-inspired snacks, and a pair of two handsome rocks glasses make this the ideal Father's Day present for whiskey-loving dads (or a very nice gift for a whiskey-loving anybody). Plus, it comes in a handmade wooden box. 

Scan a crowd of fashionable twenty-somethings and you're bound to spot a couple Baggus—for good reason. This line of durable, ultra-practical bags expertly mixes whimsy and simplicity. And Prism stocks them in spades. 

Noir Lux Candle Co. has one of the coolest pandemic-hobby-turned-successful-shop stories we've heard (DIY candle bar, anyone?). Their cheekily named scent combos more than deserve the hype.

We've been eyeing the chunky gold-plated huggies at Au79 for a while now (fun fact, the jewelry brand was founded by the owner of Capitol Hill style arbiter Sway and Cake). So it's a thrill to see the Seattle-designed look replicated in ring form. Available in sizes 6 and 7. 

Some people swear by complicated skincare routines. Even if you generally stick to a step or two, though, it's worth making a vitamin C serum one of them. Kari Gran's 10 percent formulation brightens, fights wrinkles, and keeps skin moisturized. Like the entire local skincare line, it's organic and cruelty-free.

Proto101's signature ultra-comfy terry joggers are now available in a cool, abstract camo print—perfect for this season's military-inspired trend. (And they have a secret pocket.)

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