Scoop Blog Archive / March 2013

Five Virgin Cocktail Recipes

A.J. Rathbun
cocktail recipes
The Caribbean Bloom cocktail also makes a delicious mocktail.

Whether you’re the designated driver (always an honorable role), taking a break from drinking for a particular reason or no reason at all, or just don’t feel like cocktail-ing it up, it’s never bad to have a few un-alcoholic hits available. The following recipes don’t sacrifice any spirited flavor, even if they are lacking spirits. Read more »


On Our New Collaboration with Crosscut

seattle magazine and crosscut team up to write about the eastside
A sneak peek at the print version of the article by Eric Scigliano, co-produced by Seattle magazine and Photograph in spread by Stuart Isett

Alongside our signature Best Restaurants story, which hones in on the most memorable meals of the year, you'll find something totally new in the April issue of Seattle magazine: an experiment in collaboration.

We teamed up with the editors at (one of our favorite local sources for thoughtful political coverage and analysis) to co-produce a feature story on the cultural evolution of the Eastside. Read more »


Calling All Local Designers: It's Time for Seamless in Seattle 2013

Two winners from the 2012 Seamless in Seattle competition, Christine Chaney and Erin Roby

Ok, my people, start spreading the news. It's time for Seamless in Seattle 2013. We've changed the rules and added two new categories, Established and Accessories, to the competition, joining Emerging and Students. We've removed the Bridal category, but if you are a bridal designer feel free to enter as either Established or Emerging.

Winners will be in the magazine and in our Seamless in Seattle runway show in late August, location TBD. More prizes will be announced as they are confirmed. Read more »

Casting Call: Project Runway Season 12

The cast of Project Runway Season 11

Got an email today from the peeps over at Project Runway—they’re putting out the call for designers for season 12. Applications are available here and are due April 8. Winners have the chance to show at New York Fashion Week and win $100,000 to foster their line. They've raised the maximum amount of sales a potential contestant can have, so if you've looked into applying before, look again.

Who’s going to represent Seattle next season? Read more »

Carole McClellan to Show at Vancouver Fashion Week

The fur is flying in Carole McClellans studio as she prepares for Vancouver Fashion Week

I am totally intrigued by Vancouver Fashion Week and have often thought of heading up there to see if I could glean any insight into what it takes to throw a successful multi-day event like this. The event organizers seem to draw a nice group of emerging and established local and international designers, and it just seems so well attended, well-produced and, well, fashionable. Read more »