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Fashion doesn’t travel at the speed of light. It’s a slow progression that eventually ends up with year-old trends hitting the shelves of regional department stores. In Portland the trends come especially slow. But if you’re a clever shopper with a pretty penny to spend, there are a few places to get the freshest styles straight of the streets of Paris, London, New York and L.A. Add another ...   More
Thursday, May 19, 2011 ASHLEY COLLMAN


Longtime WW staffer and fashionable woman about town Andrea Manning was happy to brave H&M's sneak preview last night on the newspaper's behalf. You should see how cute she looks today. "So there's not going to be celebrities?" asks the college-aged girl camped out outside the new H&M downtown. Literally camped out—tent and everything. "Maybe" hedges the euro-sleek security guy. ...   More
Thursday, November 11, 2010 Andrea Manning

Willamette Geek: Gifts for the Foodie Geek Part 3

  The Geek’s series of holiday gift-inating concludes by breaking the virtual bank to spotlight a pair of items that are actually the smaller siblings of some top-shelf kitchen kit. These two items are slightly less expensive then their full-sized brethren but still pack a potent techno-lust punch. 1) Technivorm Moccamaster KBTS Coffee Brewer with Thermo Carafe $279 ...   More
Saturday, December 11, 2010 BRIAN PANGANIBAN

RETAIL THERAPIST: This Weekend in Shopping

There's a crazy spate of sales going on this weekend, starting this evening at Pigeon Toe Ceramics (727 SE Morrison St.), where proprietor Lisa Jones promises "up to 50 percent off...seconds, prototypes, one-of-a-kinds, clearance and discontinued designs," plus 10 percent off all merchandise store-wide. Here's your chance to pick up some cool mason jar lamps. The sale runs 6-8 pm tonight (Friday, ...   More
Friday, September 17, 2010 BEN WATERHOUSE

Knee Deep In Slush As An Intern on Christmas

It's Christmas Eve — the year's third most exciting day (after my birthday and St. Patrick's Day) — and what better way for an intern such as myself to spend it than driving to WW's world headquarters in NW Portland. As I navigated through huge ruts, terrible drivers and broken snow chains-I wondered what would await me in the office. Would it be bustling with reporters tracking ...   More
Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Dan Green

Small Business Owners Unite

Portland has always taken pride in its support of small, locally owned businesses; it has become part of our identity as a city, and our ideology as a region. But despite the support Portland business get from the local populace, no one is immune to the current economic climate. This Monday at Portland's SHOP Symposium/09, small business owners will have a chance to meet other business owners ...   More
Thursday, April 2, 2009 Ryan Fleming

Thanksgiving for Lazy People 2009: Market & Restaurant Guide.

Thanksgiving—it's the time of year when we all come together at a table creaking with the weight of pure American gluttony. Spending hours stuffed into a chair, shoving forkful after forkful of turkey and pie into our mouths, is pretty freaking fantastic—unless the days and days of cooking have already made you sick of stuffing. Take it easy this year and let a professional do the work ...   More
Friday, November 13, 2009 Kate Williams

RETAIL THERAPIST: Yo Vintage! Pop-Up Shop at 220 Salon this Week

Vintage clothing company Yo Vintage! is having a week-long pop-up shop at 220 Salon. RT stopped by the opening party and presale to check it out. Owner Sarah Radcliffe just moved to Portland from London, and the pop-up shop is her collection. “It's all about sequins, bright colors and jumpsuits,” Radcliffe said. The collection is more than just jumpsuits, though—Radcliffe's ...   More
Friday, June 25, 2010 Sarah Davidson


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