You may already have seen the blogger buzz about Buki, but if not, don't despair because the holiday pop-up shop has been extended through April. Known for its forward-thinking about the wardrobe of the future, Buki has developed proprietary fiber technology and infused it into apparel and accessories for men and women. The collection, which launched last fall, is composed of 7 technical fabrics that use Kinoki-3.0™ technology to give Buki styles a variety of added benefits including breathability, moisture management, thermoregulation and ease of care.
"I've been interested in fiber technology for years," Joey Rodolfo recently told Geek Wire. "Buki is the perfect platform to merge high-end apparel with hyper-functionality. We call it the wardrobe revolution."
The pop-up located at 1826 Sixth Avenue stocks the full Buki collections for men and women along with limited-edition items like blankets, scarves, and branded gift boxes. Don't miss your chance to check out this great local brand and learn more about how fiber technology will shape our wardrobes in the future.
Buki Pop-Up Shop
1826 Sixth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Check out Buki on King 5's Evening magazine here.
Pictured at top: Seattle style blogger Jorden Jakobs