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Hugo Boss Yacht in Seattle for the Weekend

The Hugo Boss yacht in New York last year

If you gaze out over Elliott Bay this weekend you might catch a glimpse of the Hugo Boss yacht, a carbon fiber, 60 mono-hull racing boat with around 600 square meters of sail (that’s the size of a soccer field) helmed by British skipper Alex Thomson, who races her all over the globe. Read more »

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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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Urban Craft Uprising

Visit Formulary 55's booth at Urban Craft Uprising for Sweet Petula treats

There are 10 million cool things to do in Seattle this weekend (Queen Anne sidewalk sale, Ballard SeafoodFest, Sub Pop's Jubilee, West Seattle Summer Fest), including Urban Craft Uprising, an artisan-tastic event at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Read more »

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Pre-Show Jitters: A Sneak Peek at Tonight's Nordstrom Designer Preview

Erdem deliciousness

If you have tickets, you're psyched, because Nordstrom's Designer Preview is tonight, which means that Erdem and Dries Van Noten will be gracing the runway, alongside Gucci and Oscar de la Renta. If you didn't get tickets, no worries, we'll have a recap for you, hopefully, tomorrow.

Here's a sneak peek at what's in store: Read more »

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Update From Barney's: Shinola

Swiss-movement, Detroit-made, American original

Big haps over at the downtown Seattle Barneys this week. Last night's remodel party garnered bucks for the Parkinson's Project (oh, and I got to drape myself in Hoorsenbuhs, my current obsession) and this morning's media breakie with creative ambassador-at-large, Simon Doonan, and fashion director, Tomoko Ogura, offered insight into what the New York-based retailer is into for fall in terms of new designers and trends. Read more »

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