PDX Event: Sundaze Collective


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

Hey, hey! Make sure you get down to the Sundaze Collective market this Sunday at The Cleaners at Ace Hotel! There will be 15 snazzy local designers and shops bringing their wonderful goods for you to shop. It’s November now, so really it’s a countdown to the holidays, right? The Sundaze markets are such a fantastic way to support a bunch of local folks and find things for yourself and loved ones. And, don’t worry, there will be the best MATCHA there, too! Come shop wardrobe staples, great bags, leather goods, jewels, textiles, apothecary, ceramics, art, home goods, stuff for the kiddos, vintage, and a lots more. ♥



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.

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.

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.

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.

HELADO ROSA: Helado Rosa is a collaboration between partners Brandi Katherine Herrera and Zachary Schomburg. Each year they travel to different regions in Mexico and the American Southwest in search of new treasures and partner directly with artisans who produce the one-of-a-kind handmade pieces featured in their shop. Helado Rosa donates 10% of every purchase to The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, in support of their mission to protect Latino civil rights in the USA. MORE HELADO ROSA.


ALEXA STARK: Alexa designs clothing with a firm foundation in sustainability, repurposing, minimal waste and quality fabrics. MORE ALEXA STARK.

LAURS KEMP: Laurs makes beautiful, seasonless modern garments — all sewn at her studio here in Portland. All fabric scraps are donated locally which makes them a zero-waste studio! MORE LAURS KEMP.

XOBRUNO: Michelle Kline’s leather goods are beautifully made and it’s wonderful to see how they become even more beautiful over time with a lovely patina as the leather wears in. MORE XOBRUNO.

SEEK & SWOON: Jala Smith-Huys created Seek & Swoon out of a love of design, home goods, a place to belong, and travel. Their designs are inspired by places they’ve traveled, lived, and dreamt about. Seek & Swoon blankets are made in the USA from recycled cotton yarn by a second generation mill. So many great patterns! MORE SEEK & SWOON.

THE BROODING KIND: Jen Boender is a vintage womenswear dealer who specializes in understated, quality iconic pieces that feel good to wear. Jen believes that clothes are powerful and wearing them is transformative. Agreed. MORE THE BROODING KIND.


TWO HANDS FULL: Amelia Davis resides in Tacoma, Washington where she makes her beautiful and thoughtful pottery pieces. Her work arises from slowing down, sinking into the heart and breath, and engaging with the tools, materials, and creative process in front of her. MORE TWO HANDS FULL.

NDA LEATHER: NDA is a Portland-based leather accessories brand that combines traditional leather craftsmanship with purposeful modern design. NDA designer Giovanna Cafaro started the line in 2015 and each piece in their collections are made by hand with meticulous care using high quality leather and materials from their Portland studio. MORE NDA LEATHER.

S.A. PLUNKETT NATURALS: Sally Plunkett makes handcrafted natural bath and body products from her Portland studio. She uses high quality natural and organic ingredients. All products are cruelty free and packaged in containers that can be recycled and/or re-purposed. MORE S.A. PLUNKETT NATURALS.

NATALIE EBAUGH: Natalie Ebaugh is a Portland-based clothing designer and fiber artist. Natalie specializes in outerwear and love to explore simple, utilitarian shapes. She enjoys combining her love of piecing, quilting, and wearable art in her designs. MORE NATALIE EBAUGH.

DE LA SALANDRA: Mary de la Salandra has been creating couture and bespoke clothing under her own label since 1984. She works out of her shop in Astoria, Oregon where she showcases her own designs as well as other NW designers. Mary de la Salandra also sells wool shoes, wool and felt teddy bears and hares, hats, and more. MORE DE LA SALANDRA.


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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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