Aug 29, 2009

Boutique Culture Warehouse Sale Directory

If you haven’t stopped by the Boutique Culture Warehouse sale going on at Fremont Studios this weekend, you’re really missing out. But don’t worry! It’s going on all day Sunday too (from 11am-4pm) so stop by and take advantage of the deep discounts and spectacular sales from designers and boutiques all over the city. Here’s a quick directory of the featured boutiques at this weekends sale!

Canopy Blue
Nestled in a corner of Seattle’s thriving Madison neighborhood, Canopy Blue has been called a dream come true for the modern day urban princess. Pale hardwood floors, powder blue walls and "seaside shop in St. Bart’s" décor – complete with canopied dressing rooms, crystal chandeliers, and seashells strewn throughout – add to the soothing atmosphere. Inside the airy shopping oasis, you can whittle away an entire afternoon. Flip through the latest issue of Vogue, chat with the friendly staff and browse through the carefully edited merchandise from Diane von Furstenberg, Adriano Goldschmied, Rebecca Taylor, Suzabelle, Theory, Tory Burch, Trina Turk and more. From hard-to-find basics to the season’s must-have styles, Canopy Blue will soon become your favorite shopping destination. Canopy Blue is located at 3121 East Madison St. Visit Canopy Blue online by clicking
here.

Queen Anne Dispatch
This one-stop-shop on Queen Anne Ave. has everything that a girl in the city could possibly want- shoes, handbags, sunglasses, apparel, candles, stationary, cards, gifts and even lingerie! Plus, they can pack and ship to just about anywhere making it easy to buy and ship the perfect gift in no time. The staff is helpful, the boutique is pet-friendly and the assortment of apparel and accessories has something to suit just about anyone! Queen Anne Dispatch is located at 2212 Queen Anne Ave.

Clutch
Clutch is Seattle’s only handbag boutique that carries a huge selection of bags from designers like CC Skye, Badgley Mischka, Linea Pelle, Hayden-Harnett, Sabrina Love, Teesje and more! Owner Kimberly also loves to entertain her customers with private trunk shows featuring cupcakes and champagne! Clutch is located in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel at 1212 4th Ave. Click
here for more info.

La Rousse
Each season La Rousse showcases a hand-selected collection of up-and-coming designers from San Francisco to New York, hard-to-find rare gems from around the globe, and coveted basics that provide the foundation for any fashionable wardrobe. Brands carried in this hip online-boutique include Anna Sui, Sophmore, American Retro, Zuriick, Feral Childe and more. Check out La Rousse now by clicking
here.

Birgitta
Birgitta is Blackbird’s answer to womenswar. Located inside the loft within the store Brigitta carries a variety of new and vintage items ranging from apparel and accessories to shoes. Click
here for more info.

Deli
DELI is a boutique housing independent & contemporary lifestyle brands. With the history of family owned deli's in the Seattle area and an interest in fashion, owner Max Heigh set out to create a store which merges the two ideals in a unique way. Brands carried include Shades of Greige, Modern Amusement, Grn Apple Tree, RVCA, Insight and more. Check out Deli at 87 Yesler Way or online at
www.deliseattle.com

Duque Salon + Spa + Boutique
“We fix bad hair,” says owner Giovanna Duque, “and that’s the truth”. Duque Salon may be best known for great hair but also has an amazing spa that includes a chic nail parlor which overlooks the salon and of course, a great boutique that carries everything from beautiful jewelry to handbags and novelty cards. Check them out online by clicking
here.

Suzabelle
Suzanne Jaberg founded Suzabelle in 2005 and has been going strong ever since. Her designs have been described as innovative and feminine yet classic. Suzabelle believes that what comes around goes around, even in business. So to help offset the impact of production and transportation of it's garments on the environment, Suzabelle donates 5% of profits to Conservation International™. Who says fashion doesn’t have a heart?! Click
here to view Suzabelle’s collection online.

The Industry
Located in Downtown Seattle, The Industry, a menswear store, makes it easy for guys to shop for their favorite brands in a kick-back environment. The extensive collection of denim features 1921, William Rast, Monarchy, WeSC and Cohesive, while for shirts and jackets, there is Cassette, Penguin, Howe, Ben Sherman, DBLA, Insight, Gant and more. Owners Angela Kantanto and Megan Stokke will make your shopping experience fun and help you find exactly what you’re looking for! Visit the store at 1826 6th Ave or online at
www.theindustryseattle.com

Jesica Milton
Local designer Jesica Milton’s namesake line is known for fusing Seattle’s laid back style with a little bit of ladylike sophistication. Luxury fabrics are used to create flattering silhouettes with clean lines and the best part is that each garment is designed to be versatile enough to mix, match and integrate into your wardrobe. Love. Check Jesica out online by clicking
here.

Blackbird

Blackbird’s claim to fame is their well-edited selection of menswear from brands like RVCA, Jeffery Campbell, 3Sixteen, Kzo, Obey, Rag & Bone, Wings + Horns, United Bamboo, and more. They also have a great assortment of men’s grooming products including Baxter of California, Malin + Goetz and Comme Des Garcons. Visit Blackbird in Ballard at 5410 22nd Ave. NW. or online by clicking here.

Katie Kay Accessories and Home Décor
Katie Kay’s love of fashion and accessories provided the inspiration to start KatieKay.com. Before starting Katie Kay Accessories she worked as a showroom manager in the Seattle Gift Center for 16 years, learning how to buy and sell with manufacturers all over the world. With an eye for accessories and a keen sense of quality and price, she scours the fashion markets across the country for unique, fun, well-priced accessories women love. Click
here for more info.

Moksha

Moksha is a hip boutique on the Ave. in the U-District. They host Art Shows every third Friday of the Month and support independent artists in the gallery and boutique. Click
here for more info.

Lemon Drop

Carrying a vast assortment of vintage apparel, accessories and home décor, Lemon Drop is the perfect place to discover new treasure. Lemon Drop is located at 3845 Bridge Way N., Seattle, WA 98103.

What: Boutique Culture Warehouse Sale (Admission is FREE!)
When: August 29th (10am-6pm) and August 30th (11am-4pm)
Where: Fremont Studios. 155 N. 35th St. Seattle.
More info: Click here for more info or directions.

1 comment:

Cheap Men Suits said...

Seattle people are among the best fashionistas in the world in my opinion, especially grunge days so I'll look for suit sales so I can look like a rockstar.