Posts Tagged ‘seattle fashion blog’


Photoshoot – Lords of Traintown

August 30, 2009

…more to come…




Fashionable Trailers

June 26, 2009

fashionable automobiles – an entertaining video I found thanks to i luw fashion

i love these video shorts companies are doing – like the bmw short films.  This is the new world of Web 2.0, interactive & digital marketing:  MRM Worldwide case and point.  [I just interviewed with the Seattle office – fingers crossed, God knows…time will tell, the company is Деньги]

Renault – french automaker

Follow the Laguna Coupe through Berlin, Milan, Paris and London.  A movie trailer reminiscent of a fashion advertisement as opposed to an automobile promo.  The exquisit cinematography unveils societys love with the urban.  The style of film reminds me of Paris, je t’aime.  Enjoy, Au Revoir!


I’m having trouble embedding the videos  so click on the link below:

London:  weather reminded me of Seattle, whereas the videos style was captivating. 

Milan:  The fashion capital of the world – quintessential for a fashion blog!


Fashion Kills Hunger – Seattle

June 13, 2009
Benefit Show @ Chapel this Thursday,  JUNE 18, 2009
space limited, tickets low
**********written by Angela****************

Just a little reminder for everyone to buy your tickets for FASHION KILLS HUNGER ASAP as tickets are selling out fast!

Buy them online:
OR cash only:
@The Industry: 1826 6th Ave. Seattle, WA 98101
@Horseshoe Boutique: 5344 Ballard Ave NW. Seattle, WA 98107

Your contribution of $25 will help provide free food for Northwest Harvest’s 300 food banks and meal programs in our Seattle community. …Not to mention a pretty kick ass swag bag, a champagne & dessert lounge, and a Summer fashion show by The Industry, Horseshoe, Lizzie Parker, and Original Penguin!

So… buy your tickets and don’t forget to wear black for the night as we toast our commitment to killing hunger in Seattle!

Angela ♥


I <3 Seattle Tee's – The Industry

May 29, 2009

Leave it to


a local men’s fashion boutique…

to blend fun, funk, and flavor in an iconic Seattle Tee. 

Found ONLY at The Industry Seattle
1826 6th Ave, Seattle WA 98101.  206.547.9961


(By Angie & Megan – owners)

 We Love Seattle
…And our tees say it all!
If you’ve lived in Seattle for more than thirty days you’ll start to develop a giant love for this city… whether its the food, scenery or the wonderful dog parks that give Charlie the opportunity to run in circles every Sunday afternoon; we live in a gorgeous place! Its been said that beauty inspires creativity and these shirts are prime example of how our city has been an inspiration for others.

Designed by one of our ever-so-talented interns, Francis, the tee on the left is a combination of our logo and Seattle’s sky line. We lovelovelove them. And yes, its quite the biased opinion 🙂 Sizes are limited so grab them while they last!
Ringo ‘Seattle Logo’ Tee: $29.50
The artist for Wet Cement made a recent trip to Seattle and snapped this cool picture of the intersection between Westlake and 6th Ave (right)…. and we just HAD to get it! The graphic is on a great burn-out tee, like all other Wet Cement products. Between the picture and the soft feel of the shirt, we know its a piece all Seattle-ites should have in their Summer wardrobe.
Wet Cement ‘Westlake’ Tee: $74.50



May 23, 2009

I am shopping for shoes. 

   To go with my suit for a wedding I am attending this Memorial Day Weekend. 

 Shoes that are memorable…hudson1hudson3hudson2


ok. not as memorable as the bride, of course.

shoes available at Urban Outfitters  –  photos courtesy of


Marc Von Borstel – Seattle Photographer

May 15, 2009

I recently went to Swan Lake  with a valued friend – at the compliment of one of the Pacific Northwest Ballerinas, also a dear friend…

it was beautiful. 

Swan Lake is the paramount Ballet for traditional works and I had long been wanting to see it.  So thank you JA. 

Thus Swan Lake [and prompting by a certain ballerina]  is responsible for this post.   Yes, fashion is quite evident during ballet’s;  from the conductor, ballerina’s, and patrons to the audience and even doormen.  But the movementand form of the human figure is the reason for fashion…  and Marc Von Borstel [one of  seattle’s best fashion photographers] does a brilliant job capturing this.



April 26, 2009

“In Theory Everything is Possible”

The fit of ones clothes is beyond important.  Thus plain = good; when well tailored…even if your Amish.  Theory makes this fact rather than stipulation.    Selections from what they label ‘Crisp and Clean’ (mens) & ‘The Spring Suit’ (womens).












Where to find:  Barney’s,  Nordstrom, Mercer