This year Pacific Place is bringing its annual peek at fall trends and fashions right to your home with an array of virtual programs meant to evoke style and creativity for both home and wardrobe. Get in on DIY workshops, digital closet tours of Seattle style icons, and celebrate fashion trends of the stage and screen starting Sept. 2 at 9 a.m.
“It’s no secret that many of us are in need of some color and creativity in our closets and in our homes,” said Stephanie Heick, vice president of marketing and retail services at Madison Marquette, owners and operators at Pacific Place, in a recent press release. “With this lineup of events and offerings, we hope to connect the community with a sense of camaraderie, and possibly inspire a new look for the home, beauty regimen, or wardrobe.”
Watch as Pacific Place collaborates with Seattle style experts to showcase a Virtual Closet Tour series. Find out how local trendsetters navigate through this season’s standout looks, along with those of the past. September through December, see a different tour every week, as well as a variety of guest appearances.
Several DIY workshops will be hosted, focusing on things like denim-painting and tabletop florals. On-demand viewing will be available after the date of each live event.
Another exciting event is a celebration of the fourth year of “Fashion Meets Film,” a Pacific Place favorite highlighting legendary fashion moments in movies like Annie Hall and Mohagany. The full list will be revealed on Sept. 1. You can be a part of the dialogue on social media at #FashionMeetsFilm, and follow pages for special prize giveaways like gift cards, beauty products, clothing, and more.
You can always check out what’s new and exciting in the fashion world, and maybe even find some deals, by clicking on the Pacific Place E-Shop, or stopping by in-person. Pacific Place reopened June 6 and has since been totally restructured as a socially distanced shopping and dine-out experience. Visit retailers like Lululemon, and Bezel & Kiln. Many restaurants, such as Din Tai Fung, are open for in-house dining and other services.
Join virtual programming Sept. 2 at PacificPlaceSeattle.com/events, Facebook, IGTV, and YouTube.