Written by Endurance NWeke THE CURATOR OF COOL
So much of who we are can be told in our life story-our ongoing personal narrative filled with hurdling mountaintops; choosing the correct path when faced with insurmountable forks in the road. It’s in this journey where we continue to learn about who we are, what we’re capable of, and the talents we possess.
Who we are isn’t defined by one specific thing. On the contrary, our very essence is captured in our creativity, imagination, and where our passions lie. Most of us work a 9-5, but let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment. Do our true selves manifest in that cubicle, desk, or warehouse? Is our essence captured at the daily tasks we seek to complete at work… do we really have time to pursue our passions?
Written By: Vilte S. Rooney
Seattle, Washington (March 1st, 2017) - SULEY ERA opens the 2017 season with their fifth SULEY en Vogue Night on March 25th, an event for influencers in technology, fashion, music, art, film and entrepreneurship. The SULEY en Vogue Nights of the year 2017 will be held at the exquisite luxury private club, The Ruins in Seattle.
After successfully launching four SULEY en Vogue Nights in 2016, multimedia promotional platform SULEY ERA is bringing together the city’s creative and influential people in various creative and innovative industries to connect with like-minded professionals and artists.
The Compassion with FASHION event brought the fashion community together to help two young individuals, 6-year-old Preston Scott fighting with cancer and 1-year-old baby Nikol Culver, recovering after a liver transplant and raised over $30,000 . Designers Third & Loom, Victoria Postolit, Elita Couture, MXN Clothing, Justin Zachary, and La Belle Rêve showcased their collections on the runway.
Live music was performed by Roger Fisher (Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and founding member of the band HEART), Solar Quantum Band with special guest Elena Maque, opera singer Faina Morozov, Svetlana & Demetrio Sanchez, and Constanin Sokolov.
Taking a look at what happened over the last decade of local fashion in Seattle, industry leaders reveal pinnacle insights that could return Seattle’s reputation as the hub for style and “fashion” it once was. The last decade of fashion, or “lack of fashion industry1” wiped Seattle off of the map of global fashion activity. PR Manager for Luly Yang, Rose Dennis shares her insights: