This ballet-inspired skincare line, based in Seattle, deserves a standing ovation
Andrew Hoge is Seattle magazine’s Style and Society Writer and has an affinity for style, design and evoking curiosity in others. Born in Yakima, Washington he braved the pass to study strategic communications at Seattle University during which time he launched his career in fashion marketing at Luly Yang Couture, the famed Northwest-based couture house. He later cemented his love for the fashion industry as a PR Intern for Oscar de la Renta in New York City. After joining the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in his current role as Director of Celebrations, Andrew launched his personal blog, andrewhoge.com, as a way to continue sharing his passion for empowering others and working with the Northwest fashion community.
Off duty, you might find Andrew exploring the latest restaurant or cocktail bar, attending the ballet or networking with fellow fashion enthusiasts. He shares his perspective on Instagram at @andrewhoge.
Step into Seattle’s new sartorial style: glamorous gowns, boldly patterned dresses, and statement-making jewelry and accessories. With so many reasons to dress up—from the season’s fundraising galas to rarified dining experiences and nights on the town—these elevated fall looks from innovative local designers and boutiques embody our region’s new era of urban sophistication
The biannual sale has local threads and goods at 20-80% off
Certain Standard 's handmade umbrellas were born from the idea that customers should not have to choose between fashion and function
It’s often said that bigger is better, and that’s certainly the sentiment for jewelry right now. These statement pieces are exactly what you’ll need to step into the coming season in style
From desk to date night, these artisanal, hand-stitched shoes will take you anywhere
Designed by a former model, the local handbags are a must-have accessory on the red carpet
Rebecca Cornelius balances two jobs—shop owner and brand specialist for Amazon—but it’s her high-concept outfits that tip the scale