June Comes to a Close: Top Style and Design Events
P:FINE & MOORE Custom Goods
Thursday, June 16, 5–7 p.m., MOORE Custom Goods
Portland: Fashion Industry Networking Events joins forces with MOORE Custom Goods to bring you a custom fashion experience with MOORE’s designer Andrea M Jenkins. Come check out the space where all of her men’s and women’s custom pieces come to life and chat with the designer about her creative process for an insider's look into Portland’s blossoming fashion industry.
Thursday, June 16, 7:30 p.m., Zidell Yards
In a citywide celebration of Portland’s vibrant LGBTQ community, Portland Monthly takes over Zidell Yards, in the South Waterfront, for the official Pride kickoff party. This year, in addition to the kick-ass dance party—led by JD Samson (formally of Le Tigre) and hip-hop artist Cazwell—we’ll launch the evening with a fashion show of fall looks from local LGBT designers. What will it look like? The proud feminists of Wildfang promise suits for all seasons; Brady Lange studied ancient samurai for inspiration; Bryce Black vows a retrospective of his most flamboyant runway hits; and V Throngrivong—proud activist for trans rights and awareness—says her collection will bring out the royalty.
WM Goods Trunk Show
Saturday, June 18, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
Portland designer REIFhaus will grace WM Goods with her with her flowy, modest designs this weekend. Take in the trunk show while hanging out with creator, Lindsey Reif, who offers 15 percent off pieces.
CARAVAN Traveling Market
Sunday, June 26, 4–8 p.m.
CARAVAN hits Beech Street Parlor with a pop-up shop. Boasting a vast range of vendors, from vintage swimsuits, dresses, and sunglasses to natural beauty products to hand-crafted jewelry. Shop and explore all while sipping a margarita. What could be a more perfect way to kick off the summer?
Mabel and Zora’s 10 Year Anniversary Sale
Tuesday, June 28, 6–9 p.m., Mabel and Zora
Don’t miss this fashion and shopping event, boasting awesome giveaways, refreshments, and a fashion show featuring Tiffany Bean’s Summer Collection. To mark the occasion, the boutique offers 25 percent off Tiffany Bean’s new line. Toast and fashion show begin at 7:15 p.m.
Modified Style Portland 2016 Fundraiser Fashion Show
Thursday, June 30, 6 p.m., Crystal Ballroom
MSP, Portland’s nonprofit sustainable fashion and community enhancer, is back! Local designers compete in three categories—Youth, Amateur, Professional, and Professional Collection—with live musical performances by DJ Extra Gold, Coco Columbia, and Gold Casio. Proceeds benefit Project Lemonade, a nonprofit that provides back to school clothes for youth in the foster care system, and the nonprofit Dress for Success, which provides professional wear to underprivileged women.