July Is Upon Us: Top Style and Design Things to Do

From custom pet portraits on your nails to more than six decades of indigenous fashion, these stylish things will keep you entertained for the next two weeks.

By Claire Colby July 1, 2016

Portland nails yall menu mbamwl

Nails Y’all at Perican Bing 
Saturday, July 2, 3:30–5:30 p.m.

The Austin, Texas-based cartoonist-turned-nail artist, Meghann Rosales of Nails Y'all, is coming to Portland! Come down to Perican Bing to try out some of Rosales’ whacky designs, including custom pet portraits, fun geometrics, and snappy slogans like, “Don’t look at me in that tone of voice.”

Nau Summer Sale
Thru Monday, July 4

Get all of your sustainably made, modern summer staples at NAU for 20 percent off $100, 30 percent off $200, and 40 percent off $300. But don’t delay—sales only apply while supplies last! 

Queen Bee 20th Anniversary 
Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

Save 25 percent on all house-line goods and 15 percent on all other items, including indie jewelry, clothing, and housewares. The first 50 customers will get goodie bags, but for those who come later in the afternoon, enjoy drinks and honey tasting after 4 p.m. and DIY Tea Towel Printing Project with Queen Bee’s designer and founder Rebecca Pearcy from 5–6 p.m.

Parallel Spring Sale 
Thru the season

The wait is over! Parallel’s Pre-Spring and Spring merchandise is all 30–50 percent off. Looking for something a little more summer-like or to plan ahead for your autumn wardrobe? Check out their Summer lines as well as Pre-Fall arrivals from Hoss Intropia, rag & bone, Prairie Underground, Laura Siegel, and the Odells.

Native Fashion Exhibition
Sunday, July 10, 3–4 p.m., Portland Art Museum 

Don’t miss the first, large-scale showcasing of Native fashion, spanning from the 1950s to now. The traveling exhibition's collection is composed of more than 100 pieces from 71 indigenous designers from across the United States and Canada.

Nativefashionnow web stzapy
Filed under
Show Comments