Viewing the physical feats of Seattle’s professional athletes and performers on field and stage is awe-inspiring. Five pros share where they work out to stay in fighting form
Jennifer McCullum has joined Seattle magazine as the publication’s style and design editor. A new resident of the Pacific Northwest, Jenny previously lived in San Francisco where she was a contributing writer for the digital edition of C California Style, San Francisco Magazine, as well as an instructor at the School of Fashion for the Academy of Art University. For almost 10 years, Jenny has covered fashion, beauty and interior design at both the local and national level. Prior to life on the West Coast, she assisted with the production of the inaugural Style Issue for Niche Media’s Boston Common magazine before joining the beauty team at Harper’s Bazaar researching new innovations and experts in the industry. (A total product junkie, you will always find her testing the latest skincare or scent at her desk!)
In recent years, Jenny has also contributed marketing copy for UK luxury fragrance brand Molton Brown, as well as stateside for companies including Benefit Cosmetics, Sean John Fragrances and the San Francisco Ballet. Jenny accepts pitches for fashion, interior design and architecture trends, as well as submissions for Flash Talk (Seattle magazine’s social events pages).
A Mercer Island home nurtures family ties
Stylists Christine Tran and Colton Dixon Winger are paying it (fashion) forward
Featuring finds from local stores as special as our favorite holiday songs and sayings, our 2016 gift guide proves December really is the most wonderful time of the year
Architect Jim Cutler's compact studio proves less is more
Seattle’s gray days and imminent 4:18 p.m. winter sunsets typically leave Pacific Northwest homes wanting for more natural light. So it’s no surprise that at the top of many locals’ home-design wish list is the desire to increase the natural light within their space, says Brio Interior Design firm founder Kenna Stout (kennastout.com).
Released earlier this year, Andrew Rossi’s documentary film The First Monday in May tells the story of the ultimate intersection of fashion and art: the annual Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City.