Style Profile: High on Style

Liberté Liberté has beauty – and tips – to spare.
With all her goddess-like charms – liquid curves, tumbling waves of hair and flawless countenance – Liberté might as well have walked out of a giant clamshell. And as if she weren’t…

Style Scholar: Gotta Be Me

Personal style should be elastic – expanding, but always retaining the basic form you recognize as your own. During my year as City Arts’ style editor, I frequently tasted trends and fads that provoked me to redefine what I thought was “me.”…

Style Profile: Fit for a Queen

Elfee Duquette never outgrew her church gloves.
It’s only fitting that Stylelikeu fashion intern Elfee Duquette fondly refers to her clothing as “regalia” – you’d be hard pressed to find as regal a dresser in Seattle, much less in Elfee’s…

A Dash of the Occult: Inspiration Boards

Pages scanned directly from our style editor’s notebook, revealing the visual research for her Style Scholar page themed around A Dictionary of Superstitions, edited by Iona Opie and Moira Tatem. Read it when you pick up your October 2010…

Style Profile: The Perfect (Mis)Match

Architect and musician Paul Pierce and his writer girlfriend Mary Fogh practice eclectic awareness when it comes to wardrobe choices – their style inspirations run the gamut from glamorous cities like San Francisco to the prized artwork of Paul’s…

The Great Oom-inspired Style Board

Pages scanned directly from our style editor’s notebook, revealing the visual research for her Style Scholar page themed around The Great Oom: The Improbable Birth of Yoga in America by Robert Love. Read it when you pick up your September 2010…

Declaring Independence

Sitting in the shadow of large-scale retailers, the Eastside’s boutiques shine on with unique fashions.
Sita Murt shirtdress ($248) and Plata de Palo jewelry at Tatters. Photography by Andrew Waits for City Arts.
Anyone who’s arrived at work in…

Style Profile: Not Blue

As the can-do publisher for the alt-country online magazine No Depression (an offshoot of the late, long-running print publication of the same name), Kyla Fairchild is a little bit country and a lot retro sweetness. And while her heart belongs to…