Scoop Blog Archive / June 2013

Through the Grapevine: Kaleidoscope Vision is Moving

Minimalist Silk Tube Dress, $178

I don’t have any scoop other than what I just read on Facebook, but apparently Cap Hill vintage shop Kaleidoscope Vision has moved down south to California.



However, they’re having one last huge sale in Seattle on Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with great deals on vintage clothing, books, housewares, sewing supplies, textile and more.

You can always shop KV's amazing inventory of vintage online, but really, Seattle’s loss is LA’s gain.

Future Beauty Photo Contest

Pretty in Pink from Rei Kawakubo

The Seattle Art Museum's cool new Japanese fashion exhibit, Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion, is opening on June 27 and we couldn't be more excited. Read more »


Mobile Boutique Fashion Bar Pops Up in West Seattle

Airstreams are cool, especially when they're filled with fashion

Head to Hotwire Online Coffeehouse, in the West Seattle Junction, this Sunday, June 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and check out Seattle’s newest mobile boutique, Fashion Bar. Read more »

Baby & Company Summer Sale

A sneak peek at what's on sale

If you have yet to pop in to the newly remodeled Baby & Company, June 27 is a great day to do so—it’s the first day of their big sale, a hotly anticipated event by Seattle’s most stylish women and men. Expect 30 to 70 percent off clothing and accessories from Rundholz, Ter Et Bantine, Antoni & Alison (my personal fave) and By Malene Birger. Also, and this is amazing news: $25 and $50 treasure bins. A must-do, not-to-be-missed, put-in-ink-in-your-calendar shopping opportunity. Read more »

The Must List: Dandy Warhols Play Showbox, TEDxSeattle and Honk Fest West

Dandy Warhols Seattle magazine
The Dandy Warhols will be in Seattle on June 21

Must Rock
The Dandy Warhols

Friday (6/21, 9 p.m.) — Portland’s 1990s alt-rock sensation The Dandy Warhols return to celebrate the recently remastered re-release of best-beloved album Thirteen Tales of Urban Bohemia (which this year, rather alarmingly, is 13 years old). Read more »