Plus: We reach out to local Mexican/Mexican American/Latinx creators, makers, and businesses to help decorate our own ofrenda.
Jen Forti talks about founding the Portland-based singing telegram service. Plus: she shows off her old-timey outfit.
The three-year-old company is coming to Old Town.
Your dad likes to eat, right? We've got some gifts for dads who like to do that.
After a treacherous year for the fashion community, we asked major players what the city and state could do to help get them back on track.
From stately planters to chill mugs to one-of-a-kind sake sets, there’s something for everyone.
Portland Monthly says goodbye to our senior/shenanigans editor.
A look at three centuries of Portland's fashion scene and its impact on the world.
We talked to the multi-hyphenate designer about her wide-ranging projects.
From jazzing up thrift store berets to turning old silk scarves into ruffly sleeves, this video series makes it easy to dip your toe into sewing projects.
Alaina and Laphael Knight’s clothing line is designed for the do-it-all boss lady who loves to laugh.
The song is a collaboration with "Weird Al" Yankovic and Indigenous artists.
Art & Design
Where words tend to fall short, design brings alarming truths.
A few days after Multnomah County entered phase one, it's not yet business as usual.
One day we will again pack our bags with locally made looks, from silk jammies to varsity jackets.
Bang trims, hair health, roots tips, kids cuts, and more.
Blendily makes all-natural body goods fresh from flowers and herbs grown and foraged around Portland.
Insider’s Guide 2019: Fashion
Portlandia vet and Psychic Bar co-owner Amanda Needham steers us through the city’s style scene.
Starting May 5, Sacramento-based outdoor "lifestyle brand" All Good pitches its tent in downtown Portland's West End.
The Pacific Northwest has a strong presence in the traveling show, on at the Portland Art Museum.