Discover the best of Portland fashion, shopping, and design
From milk-submerged models to ’70s-inspired scenes to lady pancakes, here are some of our favorite recent shots.
Project Object, which donates 10 percent of its profits to good causes, has one helluva origin story.
The new 200,000-square-foot facility is organized like an actual city.
Two of Portland's favorite, hardest-working companies join forces for a dark and delightful photo shoot.
Join makeup artists, hairstylists, and life coaches for a two-day natural beauty expo.
Stately hats, full skirts, and tailored layers for all.
Schmidt's started in a Foster-Powell home. Now it's got a massive factory and a Florida-based investor.
She circled the country, from Portland to New Orleans to DC and back, meeting women and shooting beautiful photos.
From jewelry pop-ups to plus size perfection, here's everything happening in style this month.
The 'Wild Feminist' tee has raised $25,000 for charity in the last 12 months, but the online knockoffs don't contribute a cent.
The city's most theatrical show returns with looks from newbies and Portland favorites like Sonia Kasparian and Veil & Valor.
It's all about the kiddos.
It's dirty 30 for the West Burnside institution.
Division/Clinton: Insider Picks
The people who live and work in this booming Portland neighborhood spill its lesser-known charms.
You want Old Portland? We've got your Old Portland—and then some.
Prepare for a trove of chic threads, comic-book finds, stylish stationery, and lady-approved sex toys.
Every person who helped to conceive, craft, package, and label GRL PWR Sour is a woman.
Gem Gem's new accessory images go full lactose.
The local ready-to-wear fashion show's new venue has more room and all-new vendor booths.
From throwback John Lennon rounds to lenses that support kittens, the days of mall shopping for glasses are over.