PDX Event: Sundaze Collective


SUNDAZE COLLECTIVE • Sun, DEC 3 • 11AM to 5PM • 403 SW 10th Ave • INSTAGRAM

SAY, WHAT? Yep — this is the last Sundaze Collective market of the year. Come down this Sunday to The Cleaners at Ace Hotel for a holiday shopping bonanza with 15 of Portland’s local designers and shops bringing their fantastic wares for you to shop. ‘Tis the season to support small businesses and these fine folks will be bringing in their best clothing, jewelry, accessories, bags, shoes, ceramics, textiles, art, apothecary, home goods, vintage, fun stuff for kids, yummy baked goods, and lots more. ♥



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.

TIRO TIRO: Teresa makes amazing architectural and sculptural jewelry from her Portland studio. For the holidays, she has created a bunch of elegant, statement earrings that burst with joy and will definitely get noticed. She’ll be bringing lots of gorgeous pieces for sure! MORE TIRO TIRO.

LAUREN WINTER: This local lady is making some of my favorite clothing in town! Beautiful textiles, designs that move and a dreamy new spring collection. MORE LAUREN WINTER.

JOHAN: Laura’s little Portland shop is a destination for minimal Scandi style, stunning clothing, locally made goods, interesting apothecary items, and lots more. Location: 632 SW Pine Street MORE JOHAN.

SWEETHEART BAKERY: Anna Henrie Henricks is known for her stunning floral festooned cakes, tarts, squares, meringues, and other scrumptious treats. Follow @sweetheartstjohns to see her dreamy creations and pop-up dates. YUM. MORE SWEETHEART BAKERY.


KATE TOWERS: Kate is treating her fans to a beautiful new collection outside of her highly sought after custom design work. The new collection is full of accessible and fun made to order styles. MORE KATE TOWERS.

SEAWORTHY: Marisa’s jewelry is thoughtful and elegant and looks stunning on its own or layered with multiple Seaworthy pieces and other beloved designs that you already own. MORE SEAWORTHY.

BLTN JEWELRY: Sara makes dreamy jewelry with spectacular crystals, black pearls, white pearls, and turquoise held in clever gold, sterling silver, and brass shapes. Magical jewels! MORE BLTN JEWELRY.

WORK/SHOP: Heather’s floral and workshop studio stocks lovely plants, home goods, candles, stationery, apothecary items, jewelry, accessories, and lots more! MORE WORK/SHOP.

INTENTIONALLY BLANK: Ty McBride and his team at “Intentionally _______.” endeavors to create “hyper wearable footwear”, which fit into many of personal style spectrums and delivers style and value. The company has created a large following who love their nods to the minimal and touches of visual irony. MORE INTENTIONALLY BLANK SHOES.


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

IAMTHAT SHOP: A slice of heaven for vintage lovers looking for wearable, interesting pieces. They really know how to style and layer a vintage look to make it beautifully modern and relevant. Location: 3623 SE Hawthorne Blvd MORE IAMTHAT SHOP.

M. BUENO POTTERY: Mariella is a mostly, self-taught ceramicist living in Olympia, Washington. She fell in love with the craft after a career change enabled her to take a wheel throwing ceramics class. She likes to keep her work affordable enough so that the pieces are things you can use every day. MORE M. BUENO POTTERY

11:11 SUPPLY: Paloma, Ursula, and the 11:11 Supply crew run a shop focused on modern office supplies and organizational tools designed to boost productivity and happiness in your daily tasks. They want to help you learn how to utilize everyday essentials to craft a lovelier, more badass life lived with intention. MORE 11:11 SUPPLY.

SARAH WERTZBERGER: Sarah is an artist and designer with a multidisciplinary studio practice based in textiles, ceramics and painting. Her designs are grounded in playfulness, intuition and the joy of color. With an irreverent and experimental approach, Sarah seeks unexpected outcomes in color and form. She currently works as a material designer and teaches hand and digital weaving at Oregon College of Art and Craft. MORE SARAH WERTZBERGER.


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.

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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