The artist!  Marissa Sullivan

Corbin LaMont is a local artist and Frances May is a local store front. Put ’em together and you’ve def gotß Design Week heaven. If you’re not familiar, Design Week is “a weeklong series of interactive events, installations, and conversations showcasing the evolving state of design in PDX.” It’s awesome, and one of the thousand reasons why we’re so lucky to live in this city. Anyway, Corbin did up the windows really cool for Frances May’s b-day and also selfie-fied the fitting rooms with “secret artist vinyl installations,” so you should totally pop in and check ’em out. Also, I got to drink rosé in a can by Union Wine Company—a real staple of the PDX event game at this point. All in all, I knew this event would be well attended by THE most fashionable women in Portland, and I was not wrong. (Corbin, you’ve got some good friends. Ladies, it was a joy to catch up with each and every one of you.) Check out the lovely people in attendance.


Marissa Sullivan
Frances May owner Pam rocking all white, complete with Converse CONS (my fave). Marissa Sullivan
Again, I’m a big fan of all white. Marissa Sullivan
This trench is great, whether the paint was intentional or not.  Marissa Sullivan
Most fashionable kid had just learned how to cross his eyes (if he pointed to his nose). Marissa Sullivan
Most fashionable kids v. fashionable mom.  Marissa Sullivan
Second most fashionable kid doing her best “Lady Miss Kier from Deee-Lite” impression.  Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Showing off his haircut for him.  Marissa Sullivan
How to dress for this unpredictable weather. Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan
Marissa Sullivan