Georgetown Art Attack, January 2014: Style Recap

Posted on January 13, 2014, 7:00 am
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Despite the harsh weather, Seattle art enthusiasts flocked to the Georgetown Art Attack (always the second Saturday of the month). While it is usually something of a struggle to look stylish in pouring rain, many attendees proved that you can step out without the rain boots and parka.

Curator Sierra Stinson at LxWxH gallery

Sierra Stinson in Prairie Underground trousers

At LxWxH, Graham Downing showcased his Ken exhibit, a series of paintings covertly displayed in office environments. To help recreate the stuffy office vibe, he blocked the gallery’s signature skylight with a piece of generic office ceiling material. Guests munched on doughnuts and coffee, reminiscent of an early Friday morning spent at the office. Local curator Sierra Stinson of Vignettes stayed with the office theme wearing Prairie Underground trousers from their December Sample Show and an on-trend polka dot sweater. Her asymmetrical haircut completed the look with an interesting twist.

Fashionista Courtney Martin in denim at Kassie Keith Curiosities

Courtney Martin

Over at Kassie Keith Curiosities and Home Décor, Courtney Martin shed her many layers to show off her Rock & Republic denim-on-denim ensemble with a darling hat to top it off.

The Georgetown Art Attack is definitely a must-see Seattle art attraction. This quirky, industrial neighborhood boasts not only compelling art, but also a crowd worth mingling with.

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Juliana Pera is a fashion and society writer for Vanguard Seattle. Her weekly column “On The Town” highlights stylish individuals and trends seen at Seattle art, culture, and fashion events. Juliana grew up just outside of San Francisco and moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington in 2010 to study Political Science. She is interested in pursuing a career where she can combine her love for fashion with business, and is excited to join the Seattle arts community.