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Fashion Historian and Curator Valerie Steele in Seattle

A burst of amazing from Hanae Mori

Spend an evening with Valerie Steele, fashion historian, author and curator from the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (MFIT) this Friday night, July 19m at 7 p.m. Steele will be in town to give a talk on the Japanese fashion influence and “revolution” in the 1980s as part of the SAM Talks series. Read more »

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Home Tour This Sunday

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Lauren Mang
Take a tour of this Madison Park home on July 21, from noon to 3 p.m.

Amid iconic homes by the likes of famed Seattle architects Roland Terry and (coming very soon) Tom Kundig, this modern Madison Park stunner by architect Eric Cobb certainly stands out yet manages to blend perfectly into its environs. Northwest Home editor Shannon O'Leary goes into all the delicious home-design details here, but you can get a gratis glimpse of the manor for yourself (4100 E Highland Drive) on Sunday, July 21, from noon to 3 p.m.
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Heart of Gold: Material Good and Pollinator Pathway Partner Up

Pollinator Pathway Material Good Seattle magazine
The Yellow Brick Road version of Material Good's Little Shirley vase

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Exciting Happenings at Dry Soda: Slim Cans! New Flavors!

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Lauren Mang

I don’t drink soda because, water. (Sorry, fellow Midwesterners, I’ve long abandoned using “pop.”) But for those of you who do, we suggest getting your fizzy drink fixes from Seattle-based Dry Soda, which churns out lower calorie, not-as-sweet (and kosher!) sodas in myriad flavors. Read more »

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Mossback Monday: Microsoft's Identity Crisis and Seattle's Garden of Eden

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Knute Berger
What happened to Seattle's Garden of Eden?

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