The new rules of dressing up flirt with the past while keeping an optimistic look at the future — much like our host, the newly renovated Fairmont Olympic Hotel. This season, step out in designer threads that feature smart suiting, relaxed-yet-glamorous evening silhouettes, and on-trend flapper details.
The classic black and white ensemble is reinterpreted for today’s sensibilities with exaggerated patterns and subtle embellishments.
Relaxed yet intentional, suiting feels very apropos while sipping a custom libation in Olympic Bar, Fairmont Olympic’s new lobby bar experience.
Same Charm, New Drama
Don bold, brocade-inspired patterns when starting an evening out on the town at the hotel’s soon-to-be-revealed culinary flagship, formerly The Georgian Restaurant.
Ahead of the Curve
The Garden Room’s signature arched windows create the perfect ambience for this cool maxi dress look.
Home Suite Home
Forget pajamas. A cocktail dress featuring the season’s coveted puff-sleeve trend is the only way to spend a night in The Olympic Suite at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle.
The Future Is Bright
A favorite of ’20s flappers and ’80s cool girls alike; the current popularity of sequins proves that this fad isn’t going away anytime soon.
Anastasia might be surprised to learn that The Olympic is only a few years away from celebrating its centennial as she steps into the hotel’s renovated lobby, with accessories in eye-catching hues.
The region’s newest — and highly anticipated — hidden bar is the perfect spot to embrace your flapper flair.
Earn Your Stripes
The effortless style of these deco-inspired looks feels at home in front of the restored original 1920s terrazzo and marble floors.
Belle of the Ball
If you find yourself at a celebratory gala or celebration in the not-so-distant future, consider a gown in a rich, saturated hue.
Hair and Makeup:GJ Creative Collab, Gene Juarez Salons and Spas; Hair: Leonardo Coronado; Makeup: Raquel Thompson; Nails: Keiko Shrock; Location: Fairmont Olympic Hotel Seattle; Models: Anastasia and Christine, TCM Models and Talent; Styling Assistant: Rebecca Silva