Stylish Events for October 14–28

Fashion weeks one and two may be over, but there's still plenty of things to keep the end of October in full swing.

By Eden Dawn October 13, 2014



Adorn's Second Opening
Thursday, October 16 at 6–10 pm
3366 SE Division Street

Beaumont boutique Adorn opens up a second location on bustling Division and they're ready to party. Check out the latest in womenswear while a DJ spins, cocktails and snacks flow, plus they dole out prizes all night from their vendors and new neighbors.




Radish Underground Turns 6
Sunday, October 19 5–8 pm
414 SW 10th Avenue

Radish Underground turns six. Celebrate with the Radish Gals in a blur of karaoke, pin the stem on the radish and mason jar ping pong. Play and sing for your discounts and free gifts until they run out. But even then there will still be cocktails and cake.





Garnish Turns 10
Friday, October 24th, 6-9 pm
404 NW 12th Ave 

A small local business making its way through a decade is always cause to celebrate. Show Garnish some love on their tenth birthday by stopping by the shop for a party. The gals promise special cocktails created for the evening, a Wheel of Fashion that gives chances to win prizes, and a fashion show of the latest pieces in the shop styled up for fall.








Summerland's Moving Sale
Saturday, October 25, 12-4 pm
811 E Burnside Street

Summerland owner Megan Hart has decided to take her business back to strictly eCommerce. That means she's closing her storefront at the 811 Building (located in the back) and is cleaning out some extra items at deep discounts. Find items up to 90% off plus vintage and designer clothes from her personal collection in this first come, first served sale. 





Fashion Shows

Modified Style
Thursday, October 16, 6–10 pm
Ambridge Event Center
1333 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

See 35 (primarily newbie) designers transform donated materials in their own design challenge to create looks for the runway. The sixth annual showing of this low-key fashion event benefits two local non-profits dedicated to providing assistance and encouragement to Portland’s homeless youth: Community Transitional School and p:ear. Fall in love with a look? Attendees have the option to snag those one-of-a-kind looks right from the runway with the onsite silent auction along with local vendors, food carts, raffle prizes, and beer from Lompoc Brewing. Tickets run from $15–35 and are available for purchase here.

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