Local love is the best kind! Here's a look at some of our recent press hits and collaborations featuring Gossip & Glamour clients.
We are thrilled to announce our most ambitious spring styling project yet! Over the next 2 weeks, Styled Seattle and Gossip & Glamour will work together to style 100 women and children from Hope Place, a shelter for victims of domestic violence and drug addiction, operated by Seattle's Union Gospel Mission. Each woman and child will receive a brand new "Sunday Best" outfit to match their fresh new lease on life, providing much-needed hope and healing just in time for Easter Sunday.
For some of these children, it will be their first experience receiving a new dress for Easter. For many others, it will be their first Easter re-united with their mother. For many at Hope Place, Easter is about personal redemption. The Hope Place recovery program provides these women with a year of support and love to break addictions and re-build their families with dignity and respect.
Over the next week, the Styled Seattle team will be scouring the city to shop for 100 unique outfits, hand-picked for each individual resident. Then, on March 26th and 27th, volunteer stylists and fashion friends of Gossip & Glamour will gather at Hope Place to style the women and children in their new Easter outfits. We can't wait to share the results of this styling journey with you later this month!
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We want to extend a BIG thank you to our lead stylist Jessica Branning and to all the volunteers who helped make this Easter styling project a success! Check out the press coverage below.
Seattle handbag designer Kacy Yom was recently featured in a Seattle Sunday Times story on 3 big spring trends you can wear right now. The round-up written by Andrea Dashiell covered a variety of major trends for the season including prints, color, and shine.
Pictured above, Kacy Yom's Bo-Ah Tote in Marigold. Check out the full story and find out how to warm up your winter wardrobe here.
King 5's Evening Magazine recently shared the Andieanderin story with viewers and fashion fans all over the city were instantly intrigued. This Seattle-based fashion accessory line pays tribute to influential women, both past and present, through their line of 100% silk neckties. Featured women from the debut collection include Oprah, Beyonce, Malala, Frida Kahlo, and Michelle Obama. Check out the full clip from Evening Magazine here. You can also learn more about this fabulous local brand by visiting their website at www.andieanderin.com.
Gossip & Glamour clients have received MAJOR love this holiday season. Click on the images below to view the full guides.
Gorgeous global jewelry from JJ Caprices is featured in the current issue of Seattle Met Bride & Groom magazine. Styled by Lauren Schugar with hair and make-up by Melissa Korn, the "Art of Love" shoot features flower crowns and oversized bouquets paired with modern romantic jewelry. Photography by Kevin Focht.
Buki, the innovative sportswear company infusing nanotechnology into apparel and accessories for men and women, has announced an extension of the lease on their downtown Seattle pop-up shop. The store located at 1826 Sixth Avenue will now remain open through April 2017 and maintain the full Buki collection of merchandise including limited-edition items like blankets, scarves, and branded gift boxes.
Founded by designer Joey Rodolfo, Buki is leading the wardrobe revolution of the future by incorporating proprietary fiber technology into thoughtfully-designed clothing for men and women. The collection is composed of 7 technical fabrics that use Kinoki-3.0™ technology for a variety of added benefits including moisture management, dynamic stretch and recovery, breathability, easy care, and supreme comfort. Designs are classic, tailored, and most importantly, seasonless.
Experience a modern take on minimalism at the Buki pop-up in Seattle running now through the end of April. A full list of nationwide Buki stocklists is also available at bukibrand.com. The Buki Pop-Up is located at 1826 Sixth Ave. Seattle, WA 98101 / Hours Tues. - Sat. 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.