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Celebrate the 70s with Butch Blum

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Party like it's 1974 at Butch Blum's big party

As a kick-off celebration for their 40th anniversary, Butch Blum is pulling out all the style stops on Friday, April 25 from 5 to 7 p.m. for a celebration of all things 1970s. Enjoy 70s-style cocktails and party games with appetizers from Loulay and a chance to win a $70 Butch Blum gift certificate. Read more »

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East Meets West Spring Trunk Show at Momo

Lu's romper: on trend and comfort-focused

Join the crew at Momo, the International District/Chinatown’s chicest shop, for a spring trunk show and happy hour on Wednesday, April 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. when they welcome Lu, a clothing line by Jenny Fort and Pearlesque, a collection of diaphanous layering pieces from West Seattle’s Margaret Chodos-Irvine. Read more »

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April Showers: Rain Jackets for Women

The new woman's jacket from Freeman Seattle

We love the rain slickers designed and made in the US by husband and wife team Brittany and Scott Freeman for Freeman Seattle. But up until this moment, with the release of their women’s style, they were only available for guys. Read more »

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The Junction's Tax Free Day and Trunk Shows

The Katherine Arch handle tote in mustard, $365

West Seattle’s Alaska Junction is playing host to a popular shopping day on Saturday, April 19 where participating vendors are offering sales tax-free shopping, along with other deals and discounts, to entice shoppers across the bridge.

Concurrently, Clementine Shoes is hosting a trunk show of Gnipoos, a line of chic, locally made leather handbags. Read more »

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Ballard’s Re-soul Launches Shoe Line

The Bret, $189, available in black, white and pebble, styled here surrounded by complimentary daily objects and accessories

Re-soul is a boutique staple on Ballard Ave., and has provided hip, modern shoes and the other lifestyle trappings to go with for 12 years. Saturday, April 12 marks the launch of their very own, eponymously named, Italian-made shoe line. “I began to notice that some of the products that I knew my customers would love weren’t available from the brands we were currently selling. That’s when I sensed an opportunity for us to seek out and produce our own collection of women’s shoes,” says designer Maggie Burns. Read more »

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