Starting Halloween night, Capitol Hill store Nube will go completely dark for a lights-out shopping experience.
Because people from past generations can be difficult to buy for.
Have to Haves
Go green with the Shop Talk crew's sustainable must-haves in celebration of Earth Day.
Seattle Met Staff and Amanda Zurita
Join April Pride, Neon Zinn, Semi Good, Chloe Touran, Crisp Creperie, Percy's and Co. and more for a new kind of shopportunity. The popup is dead. Long live the popup!
What to Buy Now
Our final trio of the season smells great, looks Seattle-y, and cooks like a tiny pro.
While the Gettin' is Good
Head to the Oddfellows Building for deals on antiques, clothing, American-made goods, and all manner of random treasures.
Sit on It
This silver-painted wood stump on wheels from local duo Codor Design is the savviest progression of the salvaged wood trend.
Celebrate spring fashion with visiting designer Adrienne Antonson and NuBe Green.
The NuBe Green designer makes insects out of human hair. Yeah. Insects, human hair.
Take a look at Vashon designer Adrienne Antonson’s summer line.
Picture saying this to guests, "Please, make yourself comfortable in what used to be cardboard box."
The eco-shop celebrates Seattle (okay, Vashon Island) designer Adrienne Antonson and a new in-house line on March 9.
Ruth True opens NuBe Green in the Oddfellows Building this weekend.