Founded by Shuja De'Peace, a yoga practitioner and entrepreneur who was formerly incarcerated, Diamond Cut International is a brand dedicated to celebrating and uplifting people of color, and celebrating POC cultures. The brand offers clothing and accessories with bold statements and powerful messaging.

Happy Fashions

6951 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S #207, Seattle 98118


A unique boutique in the heart of the Othello neighborhood of South Seattle, Happy Fashions offers everything from warm knit sweaters to trendy jewelry to to bedding to swimwear. Truly a one-stop shop for the entire family, Happy Fashions is an excellent place to start for holiday shopping.

Ladies Lingerie Holiday Special 3 for $10!

Momo | @hellomomoseattle | 600 S Jackson Street, Seattle 98104


Momo boutique in Seattle’s Japantown is a happy ‘hapa shop’ blending Asian and European influences. Come browse our curated collection of clothing for men and women, eclectic home accents and ‘omiyage’ — the perfectly-presented gift.

platinum plush Fashions | @PlatinumPlushFashions

6511 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S, Seattle 98118


"What's this? Styled out mannequins standing outside the store, beckoning you to explore the hip world of urban fashion! Nikita Mathis opened Platinum Plush in 2002, catering to diverse, young and active men and women. Nikita hunts trade shows for the very newest trends. She promotes heavily through fashion shows, hosts special events at local nightclubs and concerts, and throws community block parties." - Only In Seattle

Trichome | @trichomeseattle | 618 S Jackson, Seattle 98014


Trichome reflects a modern perspective on cannabis use and culture. Our product is influenced by materials, function and intriguing aesthetics. We offer innovative design that references a multitude of creative disciplines. Stop in for cannabis products, candles, soaps, clothing and more!

tuesday scarves | @TuesdayScarves |

608 Maynard Ave S, Seattle 98104




owner and designer Rian Robison has spent the last year and a half researching, experimenting and developing the original dye techniques featured in her new line. Whether painting with algae-thickened dye directly on the fabric or working in small batches to perfectly control color gradients, each piece is created from scratch at her studio and storefront located in the International District in Seattle, Washington.