PDX Event: Sundaze Collective


SUNDAZE COLLECTIVE • Sun, AUG 6 • 11AM to 5PM • 403 SW 10th Ave • INSTAGRAM

YO! It’s happening! The Sundaze Collective market is back this Sunday at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel! There are 13 wonderfully clever designers, shops, and artists bringing their dreamy wares that are at once beautiful and useful. It is always a wonderful time and a great way to support lots of local people and, this week, a few talented visitors. Come see the lovely new faces making their Sundaze debut! Plus, you can come see a beautiful bevy of Sundazer alumni bringing in new magic. Come peruse fantastic clothing, bags, leather goods, accessories, jewels, apothecary, ceramics, rugs, textiles, home goods, surf, stuff for the kiddies and babes, great vintage, and lots more goodness. ♥



Each month brings a rotating selection of incredibly talented local merchants to fill The Cleaners space — thanks to some stellar coordinating by lovely Sarah Radcliffe from The Yo! Store! If you don’t live in Portland, make it part of your travel plans and meet some of our finest locals. MORE INFO.

THE YO! STORE: Sarah’s amazing Portland shop offers gorgeous jewels, bags, stellar home goods, wonderful apothecary goods, the cutest stuff for babies and kids, and ace vintage clothing pieces that work beautifully when paired with modern designs or layered with more standout vintage. Location: 935 NW 19TH AVE. MORE THE YO! STORE.

PLEASE AND THANK YOU: Please & Thank You loves the process of getting dressed and choosing styles that suit your mood from moment to moment. They think that clothes should give confidence, encouragement and strength to women. MORE PLEASE AND THANK YOU.

MINOUX JEWELRY: Kristen makes elegant, classic jewelry from recycled sterling silver, bronze and gold that look amazing dressed up or down. MORE MINOUX.

VÍA RAÍZ: Jennifer is proud of her Mexican heritage and a fan of design, so her beautiful online shop carries Mexican designers who are updating traditional Mexican crafts by incorporating modern aesthetics to create pieces that are more minimal in design and color and meld seamlessly into today’s interiors. Beautiful! MORE VÍA RAÍZ.


MINNIE + GEORGE: Designer L.A. Caldwell makes gorgeous, handcrafted bags from her Portland studio. She uses hand-stitching to make sure their beauty is matched with strength. MORE MINNIE + GEORGE.

CANDY RELICS: David makes handcrafted home goods, primarily ceramics, with a goal to “harness the relics of the past and bring them forward”. Candy Relics likes to challenge functional design in the construction of objects to correlate with our everyday lives. MORE CANDY RELICS.

COSUBE: (koh-sue-bee) The apparel and accessories Cosube carries at their local Portland shop has been carefully curated for the urban, NW lifestyle. You can rent boards, wetsuits and gear online, or on your phone. You can pick up wax, blankets, firewood, wetsuits, gloves, booties, and more gear on your way out to the coast! Plus, they open early and have coffee and beer! MORE COSUBE.

POLARIS JEWELRY: Lovely local Polaris jewelry designer, Kaliska, believes in clean lines, exceptional quality, and she is passionate about using responsibly-sourced materials for her designs. MORE POLARIS JEWELRY.


OPEN AIR MUSEUM: Designer, Shea Christner, produces her line in Portland and brings an artful approach to quotidian wear and gives a conceptual voice to sophisticated, easy-going apparel. Her beautiful wares feature natural, sculptural silhouettes that are guided by ethics in sustainability and quality. MORE OPEN AIR MUSEUM.

LOUP: Designer Danielle Ribner started by traveling to 1960s Paris in her mind, and never quite left! Loup is based in New York and they make classics with a touch of modern ease à la Jane Birkin and Audrey Hepburn. MORE LOUP.

WEEDS & WONDER: Artist Lauren Reiner works with watercolor, acrylic, a variety of chalks, pencils, pens and image transfers of photographs she has taken. She considers herself a student of planetary shifts and the mystic. Lauren’s passion lies in speaking through images on paper. MORE WEEDS & WONDER.

PIGEON HEART DESIGN: Lisa Hirsch gets inspiration from everywhere and everything and then creates her hand hammered jewels that play with magical earthly jewels, sea shells, ethically harvested bone and teeth. MORE PIGEON HEART DESIGN.

TCHOUP INDUSTRIES: Tchoup Industries bags and accessories are designed by Patti Dunn and handmade in New Orleans, Louisiana. Tchoup’s products are made using locally-sourced, natural and repurposed materials, with a mission to support Louisiana’s community, economy, and natural environment. MORE TCHOUP INDUSTRIES.


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If you want to get in on the fun or know someone who should, just contact Sarah Radcliffe {sundazecollectivepdx@gmail.com} to submit the relevant details about your designs or your little shop that you’d like to showcase at an upcoming Sundaze Collective event.



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