Shop Late Night Thursdays in the West Seattle Junction through December!

junction-holidayShop Late Night Thursdays, December 3rd through December 17th in the West Seattle Junction!Check out our weekely line up below....
Dec 3rd
Kimberly Baker Jewelry
Jonquil & Mr. Black
Leia Beila Jewelry
Kimberly Baker’s jewelry infuses mysticism with an urban simplicity. She draws inspiration from pop culture, spiritual iconography, and from the natural world of her adopted home, Seattle WA.
Jonquil & Mr Black was born of his personal principles and aesthetic: “Classic, yet innovative; making the mundane memorable.”A Northwest native, he was Reader’s Choice for Seattle Magazine’s Seamless in Seattle design competition and is Featured Designer for Seattle’s newest high-end hotel, Motif.
 Crystal love, bringing good energy, and creating everything with uniqueness is the essence of Leia Beila
Dec 10th
Art Walk
Stackedd Magazine
Parallel Jewelry
The Drift Designs
STACKEDD Magazine is a Seattle-based, monthly, online publication, that publishes a print edition annually. Their mission is to provide the women of Seattle-and those who identify as such- a forum for their opinions.
Parallel Jewelry is designed and made by Jeni Falldine in Seattle, Washington.
The Drift Designs is inspired by the ocean and the mountains that surround thecity, by local and global street style, and by traditional art and modern design from all over the world.
Dec 17th
Seth Papac (from San Diego)
Stasia Burrington
Seth Papac Jewelry is designed and handmade for trendsetting men, bold women, and distinct-jewelry enthusiasts, our unique and thoughtful jewelry is embodied in the modern Torn collection - an innovative line created from compressed metal ingots with various finishes. This collection includes men's and women's accessories designed for lovers of stylish, statement jewelry.
Stasia Burrington is a freelance illustrator, sequential and fine artist who is currently living in Seattle, WA. Her passions lie in the visual arts – in all forms, experimental cooking, camping, theology and science fiction, among others.