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.
With NFL season less than a week away, Dooney & Bourke has a new line of women’s handbags and accessories for the Seattle Seahawks. Dooney & Bourke has created fashionable ways female fans can incorporate fandom into their everyday life. A way for women to rock their feminine side, while still cheering on their favorite NFL team. The Seahawks face the Oakland Raiders at 7:00pm tonight for the last preseason game. Go Hawks!
Seattle and NYC-based, Universal Standard, is transforming the apparel industry for more than 67% of women in America. The size-inclusive brand offers fashion-forward, high-quality clothing in sizes 10-28. Polina Veksler and Alexandra Waldman started Universal Standard because size had become the dividing line determining who had the privilege and freedom to dress with quality and style.
That had to change, so they changed it.
With the weather warming up and spring almost in full bloom, the new SS17 collection from Dansko has arrived! Dansko has always been recognized for providing all-day comfort for those who are on their feet all day. The SS17 spring line offers comfort and support in fashionable, on trend styles.
Fall is the season of chic, requiring an arsenal of new fashion and beauty products and Box of Style’s fall box is filled with major finds to look glamorous from head to toe. Box of Style, The Zoe Report’s seasonal, sartorial subscription service that offers members an expertly curated selection of fashion, beauty and lifestyle pieces, revealed the contents of its fall 2016 box this week!
Sophisticated, high quality urban wear.
New Constitution Clothing (NCC) is a Bellevue-based company featuring unisex clothing designed to provide a longer, slimmer, tailored fit. It gives a sophisticated look, complementing your frame no matter your size. The logo is subtle, and the fit, look, and feel of the designs speak for themselves. NCC uses high-quality Peruvian cotton and you can feel the difference. We had the chance to sit down with owner, Brandon Harkless, to talk about his company.
Okay, so it’s still only January but that’s what this month of the new year is for, right? Ringing in our resolutions — for many of us that means pushing ourselves to the edge of fitness. Whether we’re charging up Rattlesnake Ridge, stretching into sun salutations in local studios, or paddling out over the still-frigid PNW waters, we’re living to be outside channeling the strength that comes with movement.
Three or four years ago, Adam Katz Sinding was one of the most respected, well-known names in fashion photography in the Pacific Northwest. Known for his discerning taste-level and dubbed the “Sartorlialist of Seattle” by Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, his site, Le 21Eme, featured the most stylish and thought-provoking fashion subjects about Seattle proper. A full-fledged New Yorker now, we’re catching up with the Seattleite fashion photographer gone international.
Seattleite: How have the past few years in NYC treated you? We’ve seen you in some highly coveted fashion magazines…
Amid the vibrant, bustling activity of the International District is the Wing Luke Museum— curator, collector, and centerpiece of local Asian Pacific American stories and phenomena. Next up on the docket: fashion collections from local to national Asian-American designers (from Trina Turk