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Womens Trends

The New Puffer by Jyssica Yelas If you are a Pacific Northwest native, you know the jacket I’m talking about. Five to seven rows of quilting, likely down insulation, pockets,

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Mens Trends

Mad for Monochrome by Jyssica Yelas Even the most fashion-inclined appreciate a one-and-done look. For women, this may mean throwing on a dress and shoes before heading out the door.

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Womens Trends

Womens Trends

The New Puffer by Jyssica Yelas If you are a Pacific Northwest native, you know the jacket I’m talking about. Five to seven rows of quilting, likely down insulation, pockets, button-closure, and maybe faux fur trimming on the hood. In 2016, we see the mundane pieces in sportswear coming back in unexpected ways. Trend waves […]

Mens Trends

Mens Trends

Mad for Monochrome by Jyssica Yelas Even the most fashion-inclined appreciate a one-and-done look. For women, this may mean throwing on a dress and shoes before heading out the door. For men, this might entail creating a uniform of alternating shirts and pants. The latest trend in men’s fashion is sweeping Portland. Inspired by a […]

Summer Film Column – Be Creative

Summer Film Column – Be Creative

By D.C. Rahe I’m Back I couldn’t stay away. My film column is dedicated to promoting local filmmakers, and where you can watch their movies at local movie theatres. I retired from being the Editor-In-Chief of AboutFace Magazine to concentrate on writing and producing motion pictures. My latest movie V Force will be released in […]

Men’s Fashion Spring 2016

Weekday Get-Away Not all of us are able to escape to a tropical island to enjoy the sunshine this season, so botanical inspired prints are here to give you a little piece of paradise during your nine-to-five. Both of these button-up shirts form Frances May (1003 SW Washington St.) have just enough structure to pass […]

Women’s Fashion Spring 2016

Dare To Denim No matter the season, denim seems to always make an appearance. This spring is no exception. The key to remaining cool and breezy is to choose a lightweight garment. My personal favorite is this jumpsuit from Frances May (1003 SW Washington St.). The bleach details and front zipper add a trendy and […]

Exercise to Become a Better Hurdler

Lots of people ask me what I do to keep moving forward toward my goals and not let challenges knock me off track. We all come to hurdles in life. Don’t hate the hurdler—become a better hurdler! Often the obstacle is exaggerated by our minds, which makes it more difficult to navigate. I regularly do […]

Chef Jaco Smith

Chef Jaco Smith

A giant jellyfish and tropical fish tank evoke the warm coastline feel of South America where Chef Jaco Smith gains his inspiration for the South American cuisine at LeChon. South Africa born, the love for cooking was introduced to him at a very young age, as he helped his mom cook in the kitchen. Previously, […]