Portland clearly has a vibe unlike any other city. Be it's gorgeous location, the overwhelming talent of the artists who call the Rose City home or the brooding nature that can only exist in a city where grey skies become a beloved companion. In honor of tonight's Death Cab for Cutie show at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, Betty has gathered a curated selection of pieces from two of our favorite Portland lines.
Artist Satsuki Shibuya in collaboration with Bridge & Burn SS15
Bridge and Burn was founded in 2009 by former Bend resident Erik Prowell. Each piece is designed by a small team inside their flagship store in Downtown Portland and is "made to be worn, again and again. With absolutely no pretense, they can go straight from dinner to the woods. They're not afraid to get dirty." There's no wonder as to why the line translates so beautifully to Bend life.
Trop Rouge blogger Christina Caradona for Bridge & Burn
Portland jewelry Designer Anna Korte draws inspiration from "architectural shapes, geometry and science-fiction fantasy as well as symbology, shamanism and the mythopoetic nature of all things." Each piece is designed and produced in a light filled, waterfront studio in Portland's SE Industrial District. Since the line was founded in 2008 fans have been drawn to it's perfect, timelessness but with just enough edge to feel unique and fresh.
AK Vintage Temple Collection
Join us July 9th - 12th in celebrating these two beautifully unique lines.