Procrastinators, we've got you covered. Here are three holiday markets for that last-minute shopping.
The Portland pop diva puts on a night of costumes, sparkles, and songs, joined on the all-female lineup by Blossom and Siren and the Sea.
Hanukkah is here and Christmas draws near. Do you have all the prezzies you need?
We've rounded up the sales, parties, and general fun times to know.
Fashion in Film
1982’s Liquid Sky isn’t just wild AF—it also inspired Portland designer Adam Arnold. He’ll be on hand to discuss his iconic collection.
Steals & Deals
This is the biggest shopping weekend of the year. Do it the right way with non-profit pop-ups, indigenous marketplaces, and local mega sales.
“I realized that there was a market, at least locally, for women who wanted to get married in a dress where they felt more like themselves and not in a costume."
With new store the Ones, designer Liza Rietz—a longtime member of the Portland fashion community—fights for small businesses.
Shredded knees and blown-out crotches are no match for Indigo Proof.
Inspired by NYC's citywide shindig, Portland's first-ever fabric fest runs through the end of October. Here are five events to hit.
Sydney Dauphinais and Eden Dawn
Sock It to Me hosts its 14th annual Design-a-Sock contest, featuring special guest judges like Lil Bub the cat.
The Portland upstart wants you to walk this way.
Feryal Abbasi-Ghnaim just took home a major prize from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Diamond titan De Beers plans a factory and dozens of jobs.
The eight-year-old boutique has a new flagship store in the vacated Steven Alan spot.
The signature local show returns as a two-day affair, followed by a third evening presented by the Art Institute of Portland's final graduating class.
And it boasts a workspace that would make Tim Gunn clap with joy.
Make It Fashion
Whether you’re a novice taking your first steps or a seasoned veteran seeking supplemental skills, here are the schools, workshops, and websites to know.
From Oaxaca to Old Town, a family business just keeps getting better.
Nike designer and Toffee Club co-owner Pete Hoppins explains why football fashion is having a moment.