SEATTLE'S NEW SHOWROOMS


New York Times
January  22, 2013
By Catherine M. Allchin

A century ago, Seattle’s original Auto Row was home to chandeliered showrooms, which became all but forgotten after car dealers moved to the suburbs. By the post-World War II era, grand buildings on parallel Pike and Pine Streets stood empty. Low rents eventually attracted artists and musicians to the area, and the ’90s grunge scene spawned bars and music venues. In the last decade, preservation-minded developers transformed many of those automotive buildings into offices, apartments and shops, restoring original windows, old-growth beams and wood floors. Today the Pike-Pine Corridor is the epicenter of the popular Capitol Hill neighborhood, claiming some of the best restaurants, nightclubs and vinyl record stores in the city.

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January 22, 2013
BORN IN THE U.S.A.

Earnshaw’s
July 2012
By Lyndsay McGregor

As Chinese labor shortages continue to be a source of woe and materials and shipping costs skyrocket, domestic manufacturers flaunt their stateside addresses, answering both logistical needs and an increasing demand for made-in-the-U.S.A. merchandise.

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July 01, 2012
FARM TO HANGER, THE NEW FARM TO TABLE


Elle Magazine

April 19, 2012

Adrienne Antonson, an artist of many mediums, found the inspiration for her clothing line, State, in the midst of alpacas. As a student at the College of Charleston she studied sculpting before landing a gig as the curator of the esteemed Charleston gallery, Eye Level Art. After just one year, she needed a change.

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April 19, 2012
SPRING FASHIONS BECOME SPRINGBOARD FOR LOCAL DESIGNERS

ABC News Charleston
March 21, 2012

Several years ago, Adrienne Antonson was a College of Charleston art major eager to delve into the fashion world. Now, just seven years later, her fashion designs have made it from paper to the runway at Charleston Fashion Week.

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March 21, 2012
NUBE GREEN'S ART AND ARTISAN COLLECTION

Seattle Met
November 18, 2011
By Laura Cassidy

Under NuBe Green’s owner, artists really come into their own. Along with her husband Bill, NuBe Green owner Ruth True is one of the city’s foremost art collectors. But after two years of developing in-house lines for her all-American mercantile, it’s looking like her real talent is artisan collecting.

Designing Women (From left) Maresa Patterson, Adrienne Antonson, Ruth True.

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November 08, 2011
FASHION FRIDAY: OPERATION + STITCH'S LINE, HAPPENINGS AT NUBE GREEN AND A HANDBAG OBSESSION

Seattle Magazine
October 7, 2011
By Kate Calamusa

So, it’s officially fall now isn’t it? (My pants are still damp from my walk in this morning and it is now 2 p.m.) Rather than get bogged down by the puddles, pull out the proverbial mood umbrella and use these cheery new fall offerings to block out the doom:

 

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October 07, 2011
FROM FARM TO FASHION WITH ADRIENNE ANTONSON

Seattle Magazine
February 21, 2011
By Alex Kummerow and Dylan Priest

In the studio (and on the farm!) with designer Adrienne Antonson, the creative force behind NuBe Green's NuBe Seattle (STATE) clothing line.

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February 21, 2011