*Yeah, we’re stereotyping a little. Roll with it.
*Yeah, we're stereotyping a little. Roll with it.
*The best gifts to give six distinctively different types of Portlanders*
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LOCAL 35 owner Justin Machus claims to be “just a jeans and T-shirt guy,” but don’t let this seemingly humble self-assessment fool you.
It may bill itself as a “neighborhood fabric boutique,” but Bolt is more than just a material source
Forget the drawstring hemp pants, Greenloop boutique makes eco-consciousness fashionably chic.
Clever Cycles caters to the commuter cyclist.
Cielo Home doesn't just sell the couch, vase, or color di moda.
Art isn't meant only for the wall: Sometimes it’s made for the ?body. Consider the pair of electric-blue flats made from a suedelike, vegan ?material that were recently spied at Olio United.
Trend Watch: Lace
Sample Amanda Klash’s sought-after interior design services at Montgomery Klash Interior Design.
Clothier Jordan Sayler, owner of Winn Perry, helps fellows put together a dapper look, which he calls the best defense against a tough world.
Style Essential: Big, Bold Frames
The trend for spring is timeless individual style. Eight Portlanders show (and tell) how it's done.
Step aside, people. Three-year-old Claire knows exactly what she wants—a stuffed giraffe.
Seth and Zac Longaker knew they had big shoes to fill: their own size 16s, to be exact.
Foster & Dobbs Authentic Foods offers an applause-worthy selection of cheeses and olives.
Noun offers a charming mix of vintage and contemporary goods that reflects a lifelong affection for nostalgia-tinged objects.