Bridge & Burn teamed up with the Timbers Army to create a line of cool, everyday fan apparel.
Starting May 5, Sacramento-based outdoor "lifestyle brand" All Good pitches its tent in downtown Portland's West End.
After losing everything in October's gas explosion, Fetch reopens in a new spot on NW 23rd, celebrating with adoptable animals and doughnuts April 29–30.
As Design Week 2017 kicks off, we present our picks for the must-do events.
Wandering a tropical bazaar? Put down those beach-perfect sunglasses: the frames could be made from a critically endangered species.
Cotton, linen, wool: as long as it's fiber, it's fair game.
From full-on fantasy wedding fairylands to rivers of Champagne, the magazine's sixth annual bridal couture extravaganza just might rival your big day.
Fashion for a Cause
Native American–owned line Ginew plans to send 100 percent of profits from its new tee to support legal defense funds of protesters in North Dakota.
The award-winning local designer teams up with NW Dance project to update the classic story of passion and murder.
Steals & Deals
The production team behind the now-canceled TV show will hawk six years' worth of props in one massive sale.
The biannual fun fest is back, with looks from both new and familiar designers hitting the runway—and a portion of ticket proceeds going to the ACLU.
The design company's new Pearl District location boasts 28,000 square feet dedicated to midcentury modern and contemporary furniture and home décor.
With days and days of weather-related closures, Portland businesses need you to shop local now to keep them alive—and they're offering deals.
Fashion Gets Political
From tees benefiting the Women's March to local companies sending 100 percent of profits to the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, here are fashion-forward ways to support community causes.
Five things you can snag before the weekend—while supporting Portland businesses.
Local designer Jason Calderon offers up years of insider knowledge in a free event to benefit the ACLU.
A brand-new garment with a tear or broken zipper? Once, companies like Prana and Ibex threw them out. Now, they're fixed by Oregon's Renewal Workshop—and sold back to you at cut-rate prices.
Make the trek to the Seattle Art Museum for a stunning 40-year look at one of the world's most prolific designers, with hundreds of sketches, mannequins, swatches, and more.
From crafts fairs to wine tastings to warehouse sales, we got you.
Cozier than a fresh-sliced tauntaun.