Smart clothing is the way of the future.
Intelligent clothing popped up in 2015, and we’ve seen garments that monitor heart rate, regulate temperature and even keep a tab on emotions. Taking a daring leap in apparel innovation, Seattle-based luxury clothing brand, Buki, has launched the first-of-its-kind collagen-embedded capsule collection.
Mattress shopping just got a whole lot more fun—and affordable.
Tuft & Needle co-founder JT Marino explains that his idea for starting the business came after a horrible mattress retail experience—one “even worse than shopping for a used car.” Afterward, he vented to friend Daehee Park, and the two decided to quit their Silicon Valley jobs to bootstrap T&N in Phoenix in 2012.
An interview with Josie Floyd, founder of Superfine Home, a home organization service that helps you discover space, clarity and well-being through living with less. We love her motto, “want better, not more”.
Last week, The Stemmery, a floral subscription delivery service announced its launch for residential and commercial clients in Seattle, Bellevue and Kirkland. This local subscription service is the first of its kind and gives customers the option for weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly flower deliveries.
For summer 2017 weddings, the look is all about Mother Earth. From colors to wedding favors, embrace nature for an eco-conscious take on ‘I do!’
A contest to celebrate local makers and craftsmen.
The last time we featured RAD AND HUNGRY (RAH), an online shop selling lo-fi office supplies locally sourced from around the world, was in its early days in 2011. Since then, this local company has expanded and flourished. Dedicated to connecting people and cultures though common office supplies and uncommon design, the RAH team travels the globe and hand-picks supplies that provide a first-hand glimpse into that country’s culture and design aesthetic. Whenever possible, RAH collaborates with local makers—craftsmen, screenprinters, designers and more—to create custom products.
Eco Fashion Week launches 11th edition of innovative sustainable fashion
The world’s first and largest sustainable fashion event is set to launch its 11th edition across international borders in Seattle, Washington this November 1-4. A growing not-for-profit organization, Eco Fashion Week (EFW), has presented 10 successful editions in Vancouver, Canada and is proud to launch its 11th edition, continuing its mission to raise global awareness for a socially, environmentally and economically sustainable fashion industry.