We specialize in secondhand vintage, to contemporary merchandise. We offer everyone the lowest prices in the market. Discover your WOW! with us.
1501 Pike Place #512
Unique imported clothing from Afghanistan, India and Pakistan. Handmade Afghani Lapis jewelry. Many different kind of scarves and hats, all made of natural fiber.
At Random Productions
1501 Pike St
1535 1st Ave
We are umbrella lovers ourselves and choose to only carry quality umbrella from designers from all over the world not just China, including third generation umbrella makers pasotti of Italy, DiCesare parasols of Japan, Blunt windproof umbrellas of New Zealand, Davek travel umbrellas of New York, UV golf umbrellas from ShedRain of Portland and ultra feminine umbrellas Bella Umbrella Signature Pagodas of Seattle.
Inspired by the love for her native country, Cristina Dioguardi established Beyond Threads in 1992 and began to import goods from Peru to wholesale in the U.S. over the years, the vision grew into a strong commitment to creating unique designs and high quality garments by combining Peruvian craftmanship and contemporary styling.
Eco-friendly clothing made of hemp, wool, khaki cotton, fine wool. Craft, jewelry and hats.
Earth Wind & Fire Boutique
1514 Pike Place #13
We are a family run business, in operation for over 20 years. We purchase most of our products from local designers. We promise you won't find such unique items anywhere else, for such an affordable price.
Native-designed lifestyle brand Eighth Generation's flagship retail store is located in Pike Place Market. Their custom product line runs the gamut from sneakers, hats, jewelry, smartphone cases, wool blankets and more. In addition to beautiful retail displays, Eighth Generation’s new home includes a multipurpose room, providing a hub for community meetings, workshops and a rotating Artist-in-Residence program. Founder Louie Gong (Nooksack/Chinese/French/Scottish) comes from a nonprofit leadership and education background, and is on a mission to flip the narrative on how cultural art is perceived while creating sustainably pathways for fellow Native artists.