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post #31 of 36
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For reference here's the map I made to help me get around...

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1. Atsui
2. Jack Straw
3. Polite Society
4. Kuhlman's
5. Ian - Downtown
6. David Lawrence
7. Butch Blum
8. Mario's
9. Pike Place Market
10. Pacific Place Mall - (Barney's * J Crew)
11. Nordstrom Flagship

"Hotel" = Seattle Sheraton

Notes:

J Gilbert shoes is a block away from #3. It's on the left side of the street as you are heading towards #4 on 1st Ave.
When you exit Mario's look right and you'll see H&M at the end of the block.
Road - this is across the street from "Hotel" inside the City Centre mall.
Blackbird & Oslo's are off the map - cab over to them.
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post #32 of 36
Any recommendations for the 60-something Savile Row kind of guy who wants to pick up a few 'staples?'
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Any recommendations for the 60-something Savile Row kind of guy who wants to pick up a few 'staples?'
I don't think there will be much for you shopping wise in Seattle. Mario's will have the nicer selection, but it's nothing you can't easily find in NYC or Boston.
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I don't think there will be much for you shopping wise in Seattle. Mario's will have the nicer selection, but it's nothing you can't easily find in NYC or Boston.
Thanks, Robin. I've been spending a lot of time up that way -- mostly in the San Juans as well as further north -- and just wondered.
post #35 of 36
Alright... it's been a couple years for this thread, but I'm headed up to Seattle this weekend for a few days (Sat-Tues) and wondering if anyone's got any hot tips. Pretty familiar with the city and I think most of it's shopping options (Jack Straw, Totokaelo, Kuhlman) but wondering if there are any new and/or noteworthy players these days. I'm mostly interested in US/Japan/Euro-made casual streetwear (EG, Albam, Yuketen, etc etc).

Also looking for good food/drink recs. Again, I'm fairly familiar with the cocktail scene up there (Canon, Rob Roy, etc) and I always try to hit Walrus & Carpenter, so anything new or interesting along those lines would be great.

Thanks!
post #36 of 36
There's Blue Owl Workshop (also an affiliate here) and they carry denim/streetwear stuff from Japan/US/EU. I believe the shop is by appointment only.
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