Entry Category: Emerging Designer
Designer Name: Lina Cho
Line: LC Fashion
Branding Statement/ Bio Info:
Market: Performers (singers, musicians, ballerina, etc.), people who strive to become a performer, and fans of performers.
As the 2012 Seamless in Seattle submission deadline approaches (don’t forget, applications are due June 1st), here is a little dose of creative inspiration, courtesy of 2011 winning designer Bri Seeley.
Wouldn't this outfit look great on any chic Oddfellows waitress? Appropriate, since all the models in NuBe Green's Odd Love fashion show on May 4 were employees from the Oddfellows building (Molly Moon's scoopers included). Get a sneak peek at other designs from the show via NuBe Green's Facebook page. They're all from a NuBe Green's intriguing new spring/summer line of women's wear.
Designer Adrienne Antonson is one talented lady. Not only does the Vashon Island-based artist craft supremely weird/awesome bugs out of human hair, she happens to be the creative genius behind Capitol Hill shop NuBe Green’s in-house line, State.
When I sat down this afternoon to peruse the runway looks from last Friday's Luly Yang Couture Fashon Show, I was hoping to narrow down my favorites to a neat, tidy top five list. You’ll just have to indulge me with nine.
Here’s your chance to grab hot-off-the-runway style: Local jewelry maven Sarah Loertscher just returned to town after runs at Los Angeles’ and El Paseo’s fashion weeks, where her innovative sculptural jewels were paired with Project Runway alum Mila Hermanovski’s new collection.
As the team at Luly Yang Couture approaches the month-to-show mark next week, the fabulous social media manager Andrew Hoge sent me a quick recap of their week complete with a juicy peek at some fabric being used in the April 27 couture show.
Tomorrow morning, at 9 a.m. sharp, the downtown Nordstrom Rack completes its move from Second Ave to Westlake Center with a grand opening celebration. Last night, I got a sneak peek at roomy new space, and let me say: It is glorious.
If you’re a Project Runway fan, you’ll love Seamless in Seattle. We’re combing the city for the best up-and-coming fashion designers hungry to change the face of local fashion. This year, we’re offering the winners big prizes, such as the chance to launch their line at a premier fashion event. Find complete details on the event below:
We are no longer accepting submissions. Applications were due Friday, June 1, 2012
So, it’s officially fall now isn’t it? (My pants are still damp from my walk in this morning and it is now 2 p.m.) Rather than get bogged down by the puddles, pull out the proverbial mood umbrella and use these cheery new fall offerings to block out the doom: