By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Jessica Louie and her fiancé Alex Vo bought what they call the Hudson House in the winter of 2015, and that’s when their home restoration journey began. Their home in Columbia City is almost 100 years old, and there was a lot of work to do, as it had […]
In honor of our inaugural Year of the Monkey Fun Fashion Show to be held at House of Hong on Feb. 6, here’s a rundown of the fun, flirty, and often wackiness that is Japanese street fashion!
By Peggy Chapman Northwest Asian Weekly Actually, Quoc Nguyen doesn’t think his job is that glamorous, even though his designs are popular and featured throughout the Urban Outfitters line. (You can refer to the photo of the beautiful dress!) Quoc, (also known as “Larry”) described his history and his design process with the Northwest Asian […]
Chance put on their ongoing monthly fashion event at Macy’s last Saturday night, Jan. 9. It was an awards show celebrating Seattle’s design community. Chance is an organization sponsored by Active Entertainment, a non-profit, that seeks to provide social justice to the community as well as foster an inclusive creative environment where people can […]
By Solinette Pich Northwest Asian Weekly Ever since I was a little girl, I would admire the beautifully made dresses displayed in the window of a
By Samantha Critchell AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Rag & Bone, Marchesa, and Proenza Schouler, among the top in their class of cool, youngish New York-based fashion houses, took a field trip to China recently to start a dialogue with consumers there as they all have their eye on expansion.
By Elizabeth Wang Northwest Asian Weekly Seattle might not be known as a traditional fashion town, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a fashion industry here. That’s what nine Seattle-based Asian American fashion designers sought to prove, showcasing their work at The Wing Luke Museum’s Fashion Night on Jan. 19.
By Nina Huang Northwest Asian Weekly Dream. Evolution. Freedom. These were the attributes that Devon Yan-Berrong wanted to
For the last few weeks, our newsroom turned catwalk housed the many creative entries that came pouring in for
By Jocelyn Chui Northwest Asian Weekly When local fashion blogger Jess Estrada cleans her closet, she goes