Sep 23, 2020

Seattle Community Calendar: Open-Air PopUp + Trunk Show


Ceramic artists Karra Wise of In The Shed & Shannon Kelly of Orphan Ten are joining local artists Rainbow-Renee Wyola Manier, Kari Pearson, Sammy Spence, and Kimberly Johnson for an open-air pop-up this Saturday, September 27 from 12 - 4 p.m. in Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood. The shopping assortment will include a mix of pottery, decor, food, art, fashion, and more. Come support these amazing local vendors in a safe and socially-distant environment. 

Open-Air Pop-Up Details

Location: 2503 30th Ave. S. (enter on Bayview Street)

Date: Sunday, Sept. 27

Time: 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. 


Featured vendors

Pottery by Karra Wise

Soul Chains & Shibori by Rainbow-Renee Wyola Manier

Fiber Art by Kari Pearson 

Artwork by Sammy Spence 

Functional pottery and hanging planters by Shannon Kelly of Orphan Ten 

Welded garden art by Kimberly Johnson 

Plus....Food & Beverage by Brooke St. Sauver & Curt Waller 


Open-Air Pop-Up Rules

  • Masks required
  • Adults only
  • Limit shop time to 30 minutes
  • Enter on Bayview Street. The number of shoppers may be limited due to capacity. 
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A Candid Conversation about the Future of Fashion in Seattle


Fall fashion is here and I recently had the chance to sit down with Sable Talley of
Stylishly Made to go over my Summer Retail Report and talk more about the state of fashion in Seattle. It’s no secret that COVID has been a major catalyst for many of the store closures around town and we haven’t hit the bottom yet. In our chat, Sable and I talk about everything from the spring cancellation of our signature Style Summit to how I’m coping with COVID as a business owner. PLUS, we offer up our best tips for brands on how to survive the holiday season.





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Rock the Vote: Seattle Fashion Edition


It all started a few weeks ago when Michelle Obama proudly sported a gold necklace at the Democratic National Convention with the slogan “Vote”. That moment was a catalyst for many fashion fans to seek out stylish Vote merch in an effort to remind people to make their voices heard in the upcoming election. As Mrs. Obama points out, “Democracy continues with or without you.” Here’s a round-up of some of our favorite Vote merch from around town.

Boma Jewelry VOTE Collection



Boma Jewelry launched a special VOTE COLLECTION featuring earrings, necklaces, peace signs, and empowerment slogans. Sterling silver Vote studs start at $20 and 14k gold necklaces are $75.

andieanderin Women’s Suffrage Pussy Bow Necktie



andieanderin recently launched a new tie to commemorate the 19th amendment and women's right to vote. The Suffrage tie features a fashion sketch by artist Amber Vittoria and the slogan "Votes for Women". It is 100% silk and is Made in the US by a female-run production house. Available in 2 sizes.

Oiselle Vote Tote




The Oiselle Vote Tote is made from heavy canvas and has an adjustable cross-body strap for complete versatility. Plus, it has a bonus inside zip pocket to securely hold valuables. Limited quantities are available. 20% of all sales from the Vote Tote go to Run 4 All Women.



Splash Fabric Cotton Face Mask



Rock the vote with a Splash Fabric face mask. $5 from the sale of each mask goes to When We All VOTE - Vote by Mail campaign. One size fits all. All masks are hand-sewn in Seattle.


Viaduct Vote Tee



Viaduct is a Seattle brand that was born the same day the actual Viaduct saw its final passenger: January 11, 2019. Their products represent a specific time and place in the story of Seattle, both past and present. The Vote Tee features a traditional Vote slogan with the state of Washington perfectly nestled into the letter “O”. Available in black and white colorways, in sizes S-XXL.


Bonus

We the People Gift Set from Knack



Get ready for civil discourse over a glass of whiskey in November. Knack has the perfect “We the People” gift set featuring a set of glasses etched with the Preamble to the Constitution. Also included, wool coasters and a leather-bound miniature copy of the Constitution.


Thank you BOMA Jewelry for this great graphic!

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