May 19, 2017

Fashion Calendar: Likelihood to host Art + Sole


Capitol Hill boutique Likelihood is hosting a pop-up shop to benefit Artist Trust on Monday, May 22nd from 6-8 p.m. The How Could You? event benefiting Artist Trust will feature custom sneakers and tote bags embroidered with portraits of iconic artists. Brooklyn artist Mia Weiner believes everything should be embroidered and she's made some pretty epic works of art including this cool Bernie Sanders pin, this Virgo embroidery, and this canvas clutch. Do you want to rock a pair of cool sneakers with a custom embroidery this summer? (Yes, you do.) Then you need to RSVP right now for this cool event.

Enjoy drinks, light bites, music, and more, all for a great cause. Artist Trust is a non-profit dedicated to helping Washington state artists thrive. Since 1986 they have invested over $10 million through funding, training, and providing resources to meet the changing needs of artists. This event is produced in collaboration with Today's Tix, an app for tickets at the best prices to theater and other live performances in Seattle. Starting on May 22nd and running through May 28 they will donate $5 of every ticket sold to the Artist Trust.



// Event Info // 

What:
Art + Sole event featuring Mia Weiner

When:
Monday, May 22nd

Where: 
Likelihood 1101 E. Union St. 

Why:
Because you need sneakers and a tote bag embroidered by Brooklyn designer Mia Weiner and because supporting Artist Trust will make the world a more colorful place

Time: 
6-8 p.m. 

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May 9, 2017

Seattle Sewn to host fashion fundraiser June 1st at The Riveter


Seattle has seen its fair share of apparel production in the city and Seattle Sewn is ready to bring it back in a meaningful way. Join us for Fashion Evolution, a fundraiser for Seattle Sewn on June 6th at The Riveter on Capitol Hill to learn more about this new initiative and how you can get involved. The event will include a local shopping marketplace, raffle prizes, silent auction, and a program highlighting Seattle's history in apparel production and the vision for how we can bring a portion of it back while also creating jobs and stimulating the economy. Proceeds from the event will go towards building a stronger sewn goods infrastructure in Seattle- from training and education to advocacy, outreach, production space, materials, and more. Tickets are $50, with a portion of the proceeds going directly to Seattle Sewn. Featured marketplace vendors include Filson, Freeman, Prairie Underground, Nube 9, and Ash & Ames. Drinks and light bites from Madres Kitchen are included in the ticket price. View the full press release here.


// Event Details // 

What: 
Fashion Evolution - A Fundraiser for Seattle Sewn

When: 
Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Where: 
The Riveter 1517 12th Ave. Seattle, WA 98122

Why: 
To help raise funds and awareness for apparel production in Seattle

Tickets: 
$50 via Stranger Tickets 
Proceeds benefit Seattle Sewn




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Baby & Co hosts mixed media wearable art event


Seattle boutique Baby & Company will welcome The Vera Project and UNIONBAY on Thursday, May 18th from 5 to 8 p.m. for a special showcase and party featuring the work of local artists. Guests will enjoy light bites and libations with music by DJ Larry Rose of KEXP as they shop one-of-a-kind wearable art pieces created using UNIONBAY outerwear. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Vera Project, a local non-profit that promotes community through youth-driven engagement in the arts. Guests are encouraged to RSVP via the Facebook event page.

// Event Details // 

What: The Mixed Media Wearable Art Collection
When: Thursday, May 18 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Where: Baby & Co. 1936 First Ave. Seattle, WA 98101
Why: To support The Vera Project, a non-profit promoting youth-driven engagement in the arts
RSVP: Facebook event page 



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