September 2012

Magazine Archives:

From consignment stores to jewel-box boutiques, shoe scores and beauty steals, we've rounded up the 15 best Seattle neighborhoods for shopping, complete with turn-by-turn directions and secret parking tips.

Artistic strokes—fur tassels, golden studs and bold prints—accent fall footwear’s Technicolor canvas
New, locally made totes arrive in a kaleidoscope of prints and patterns.
This Lebanon-born shoe designer hopes to inspire women to take bold steps forward.
Well-known for his dapper and tailored men’s wear designs, this talent is now doing women's wear.
The winners of our fifth annual fashion design contest.
Seattle Magazine Staff
Five talented local artists at the top of their game.
Cody Bay
Even if it's out of the way, this peaceful east Seattle enclave is worthy of an afternoon jaunt.
Cody Bay
A city garden of stylish delights thrives along the western edge of Pike and Pine streets.
Katie Joy Blanksma
The neighborhood nickname might be unfamiliar, but these shops are well known for innovative style.