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Sale: Going…Going…Gone

The Samantha dress from Elizabeth Roberts

Join MB's Finds, the late, great Sway & Cake, Elizabeth Roberts, Canopy Blue and jewelry from T. Kilburn (owner of the late, great Sway & Cake) for a super duper sale at Elizabeth Roberts HQ (Arboretum Court, 3131 E Madison, #201) starting today, Thursday, February 6 from 4 to 8 p.m., Friday, February 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Read more »

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Designer to Watch: Moth & Crow

Black and white splatter Koala handbag, $990, from Moth & Crow

Vashon Island-based designer Dawn Smithson uses fine hides from Italian tanneries, sample hides that would be discarded if not for her, and crafts them into sumptuous and chic one-of-a-kind leather bags sold locally at Far4 and Heron's Nest on Vashon.

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Fashion Week Dreams

The Nealy dress, $595, by Stella Love

New York’s fashion week started today and all the talk about Alexander Wang moving his show to Brooklyn (radical!) and the stellar indie lineup of Milk’s Made Fashion Week (Cushnie et Ochs, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Jonathan Simkhai, Jeremy Scott and many others) running concurrent to the tents at Lincoln Center has got me thinking about Seattle’s nonexistent fashion week and why that is. Read more »

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Closet RX + Baby & Company Closet Sale

The scene of an epic, upcoming spring cleaning sale

Here’s your chance to shop the closets of Seattle’s best-dressed women. Closet RX and Baby & Company are teaming up for a spring clean of epic proportions. Included in the sale are past season pieces from Marni, Girbaud, Lilith, Chanel, Chloe and many, many other stellar brands as well as major deals from Baby & Co’s summer Closet Sale—cool clothing that didn’t sell because it was waiting for YOU to buy it this weekend. Read more »

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Watch This Space: Seahawks Victory Parade

The city is setting up for an estimated 300,000 people along the parade route

The Seattle mag crew is lucking out tomorrow with front row seats for the biggest happening in a long time: the Seahawks victory parade.

The parade starts at 11 a.m., with a route that takes the celebration from Seattle Center at Denny Way, south through downtown on Fourth Ave (smack dab in front of our new digs), and ends at the north entrance of CenturyLink Field. Read more »

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