Change of Haute: Seattle’s Fashion Scene Is Undergoing a Sea Change

Our city's fashion scene is morphing, much like the Seattle waterfront. This fall, we're embracing stylish and refreshingly practical looks.

This article appears in print in the September 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Photography by Hayley Young | Creative Direction by Andrew Hoge | Styling by Angeline Brunk As our city’s skyline reaches new heights, there is a true sense of change; familiar landmarks are undergoing redesign, and we welcome hundreds of new residents from around the…

Andrew Hoge, Hayley Young and Angeline Brunk

Less Is More: For Creative Powerhouse Ava J. Holmes, Conservation Is Her Fashion Passion

The cofounder of Fashion for Conservation combines her love of fashion and the outdoors

This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Country Meets CityA love of the outdoors and couture may seem like a contradiction, but not for Ava J. Holmes, who spent her childhood alternating between upstate New York at her father’s wilderness survival school and in Manhattan with her filmmaker/musician mother. In…

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These Seattle Women Started a Fashion Company That’s Changing How Shoppers Think About Size

Online clothing brand Universal Standard's new program program allows customers to exchange sizes that are too big or too small for new ones

The Talfer Cocoon Coat from Universal Standard

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Ring in the New: Seattle Jewelers Are Breaking With Tradition

Chunky rings go chic

This article appears in print in the February 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. When it comes to fine jewelry, local jewelers shining up rings that make a statement with their unusual cuts and details. 1. Love Bug For the worldly woman, this ceramic and 14K gold Etruscan Revival scarab ring ($3,600) is one of many unique finds…

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