Seattle-based men's and women's outerwear and apparel retailer Eddie Bauer is going back to its Northwest roots, when Eddie was a guy who ran a sporting goods store on downtown's Seneca Street in 1920.

This article originally appeared on Houzz.com.

Each year, Seattle magazine combs the city for emerging designers hungry to change the local fashion landscape.

 Get The Must List Newsletter 
 Weekly emails with early access to stories, events and occasional sponsored content we think you'll love. 
 Email: 
 First: 
 Last: 
   
 We hate spam. Your email Is safe with us.
Privacy Policy
 

Oxford University (pictured above)
Embrace fall’s thesis statement: The latest Oxfords mix prim and proper schoolgirl charm with bold laces and masculine-meets-feminine details for grown-up sass.

Spun Sustainable Collective (photo above)
(Capitol Hill)

BEST BET FOR: Casual, affordable and chic clothing proudly made in Washington

The thrill of the hunt is exhilarating: spotting the perfect necklace to match an outfit, finally tracking down a gift for a hard-to-buy-for friend or finding just the right jacket to wear (and adore) all season long.