SUMMER FASHION 2008
We know: It’s (finally) summer, and sweating your look is the last thing you want to do.
Being a television news reporter in Portland requires fancy footwork. And sensible footwear.
It may bill itself as a “neighborhood fabric boutique,” but Bolt is more than just a material source
Nike’s new Native American shoe meets mixed reviews.
In the cats-versus-dogs debate, feline fans invariably cite kitties’ low-maintenance needs in their arguments.
Forget the drawstring hemp pants, Greenloop boutique makes eco-consciousness fashionably chic.
Clever Cycles caters to the commuter cyclist.
Cielo Home doesn't just sell the couch, vase, or color di moda.
Art isn't meant only for the wall: Sometimes it’s made for the ?body. Consider the pair of electric-blue flats made from a suedelike, vegan ?material that were recently spied at Olio United.
Trend Watch: Lace
Two Gen-Yers turn Air Jordans into modern Mona Lisas.
The trend for spring is timeless individual style. Eight Portlanders show (and tell) how it's done.
Prime places for a springtime reawakening.
Kasey Cordell and Kaitlin Johnson
Style Essential: Big, Bold Frames
Tatts and good grub: would Portland be Portland do without 'em?
Clothier Jordan Sayler, owner of Winn Perry, helps fellows put together a dapper look, which he calls the best defense against a tough world.
Get more for a lot less at local resale shops.
Leanne Marshall made it big on Project Runway, but before she takes off for NYC, she sketches out the Portland designers who'll stay on her radar.
Sample Amanda Klash’s sought-after interior design services at Montgomery Klash Interior Design.
A three-step guide to getting exactly what you want.