PDX Event: Sundaze Collective


SUNDAZE COLLECTIVE • Sun, OCT 1 • 11AM to 5PM • 403 SW 10th Ave • INSTAGRAM

YES! Fall fun! It’s baaaaack — the Sundaze Collective market is happening this Sunday at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel! There are 15 wonderful local designers, shops, and artists bringing their goods for you to peruse. This is such a great way to support lots of local folks and find things to squirrel away home to feather your nest or reinvigorate your wardrobe. Plus, MATCHA. The really, really good matcha that you can make at home and you can even find beautiful ceramics to sip it from. Come shop ace clothing, bags, leather goods, accessories, jewels, apothecary, ceramics, art, textiles, home goods, surf, stuff for the kiddos, great vintage, and a lots more goodies. ♥



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.

ORU JEWELRY: Agnieszka Zoltowski makes amazing jewelry with clever metal forms and tiny special beads woven by hand into them. She was born and raised in the Pacific NW and her color palettes are continually inspired by our environment here. MORE ORU.

OKO: Lisa’s lovely little shop specializes in vintage and antique jewelry, rare and one-of-a-kind found objects from Eastern Europe and elsewhere, as well as select ceramics, books and homewares. MORE OKO.

SANDBOX CERAMICS: Petra Wellborn Kaiser is an artist and Oregon native. She creates lovely modern ceramics in her home studio while surrounded by the inspiring sculptural works left behind by her granny. MORE SANDBOX CERAMICS.

MIZUBA TEA COMPANY: Mizuba makes organic, farm-direct, single-ingredient, single-origin pure Uji matcha green tea. They are JAS-certified, non-gmo, radiation-free, preservative-free — just pure matcha tea. MORE MIZUBA TEA COMPANY.


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.

THE PURSUITS OF HAPPINESS: For their dreamy ceramic designs, April and Pavel draw inspiration from the oddities of nature, midcentury design, and childhood memories. With the intention of bringing more art into every day routines, they create pieces that are vibrant, playful, and unexpected. MORE THE PURSUITS OF HAPPINESS.

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.

WOLF’S APOTHECARY: Jewelie makes pure plant fragrances, body oils, beard oil, hair oil, room sprays, candles, and soaps. MORE WOLF’S APOTHECARY.


RED LUCK: Isa sells a fun, cheerfully curated vintage shop with great clothing, shoes, and accessories. MORE RED LUCK.

SARA BERGMAN: Sara is an independent Portland fashion designer. She believes in looking sharp and feeling comfortable and that fashion should be a way to celebrate our everyday lives, and bodies of every shape and size. MORE SARA BERGMAN.

POURING OUT: With the sale of each essential oil product, Vanessa and Casey give a portion of the proceeds to a variety of Christian non-profits that help marginalized and suffering people around the world. MORE POURING OUT.


THERESA NEEF: Theresa makes useful and versatile goods for home and wear with an objective of helping people replace their single-use bags with lovely cloth designs. MORE THERESA NEEF.

ARTJADEN: Abigail Renola Tjaden is an artist and teacher who illustrates her everyday experiences. She shows her works locally and sells a wide variety of apparel and prints. MORE ART JADEN.

DEJA SPARKS: As a Portland native, Deja gains inspiration from the local art and music scene. Her jewelry designs are cut, forged, stamped and finished by hand with detail and care. MORE DEJA SPARKS.


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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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