Seattle keepsakes Amber Fouts


Pick up a unique, handmade souvenir from one of the city’s many BIPOC-owned galleries and boutiques—it’s a great way to support the community and remember your time in the urban cradle of creativity that is Seattle.

Story by Aleenah Ansari; photo by Amber Fouts; styled by Iris Miyasaki

Seattle keepsakes Amber Fouts

Retail Therapy

Snap up this Madrid Zip Case and a bar of Tamanohada fish soap from Retail Therapy (905 E Pike St), a quirky boutique in Capitol Hill.


Pomelo and tomato hair claws, dapper notebooks, and silicone mermaid teethers are among the eclectic wares that you’ll discover at Sairen (600 S Jackson St).

Hood Famous

Kick-start your morning with coffee, a mug, and syrups from Hood Famous (504 Fifth Ave S).

The Cura Co

Find this Haiti Design Co leather cardholder and Pichulik bracelets at The Cura Co (2407 E Union St and 1418 Queen Anne Ave N), which stocks ethically made artisanal goods crafted by women.

Capitol Thrill

Pick up these playfully designed popsicle socks, a rainbow keychain, or a Starbarks Dogicorn Frappawcino dog toy at the festive Capitol Thrill (1205 E Pike St), which sells accessories, books, pins, games, and pet goods from queer and BIPOC artists.

Rey Amargo

Stock up on sublime chocolate bars made with 100 percent Mexican cacao from Rey Amargo (722 E Pike St).


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