The important new show looks at traditional adornment and personal style via couture techniques, vintage clothing, and basketball jerseys.
The New Goth
Reasons to get to this show by October 20, and to see the artist speak on Saturday, October 5.
Local Designer Collaboration
The locally built brand kicks off their first series of crewneck pullover sweatshirts made in tandem with the screen-printers at West Seattle's ThisThat.
Frye Art Museum's latest exhibit only registers as a rumble.
If the term’s still around, future generations will call this Seattle-made line a "heritage brand."
The multimedia art space on Capitol Hill is a vintage store and shirting shop for the rest of the month.
Small-batch men’s shirting, made in Seattle, built to last.
Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes serves as “refuse alchemist” of the Archive Vintage Redistribution Project, a new retail enterprise obsessed with enduring quality and Northwest brands—a sort of shop-in-shop at Punctuation on Capitol Hill.