Back in December, we presented you, dear readers, with nominees in the realms of fashion, food, beauty, arts, and culture. Facebook campaigns, attempts at bribery, and mudslinging ensued. The time has finally come to announce the Sweetest Things 2007 winners.
And the awards go to …
Clearly we’re not the only ones who love the Seattle native’s sophisticated, ladylike designs. After graduating as Parsons Designer of the Year, the Seattle native had her senior thesis collection snapped up by Saks.
Young Vince Mira’s star started rising when Can Can owner Chris Snell heard the 15-year-old busking in the market. Recently, his freight train pipes graced Good Morning America and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Jennifer Shea’s darling cupcake and vintage party shop breathed new life into both Wallingford Center and the national cupcake craze, drawing legions of fans with scrumptious buttercream confections.
Julep Nail Salon
It’s the thoughtful touches that make former Starbucks exec Jane Park’s nail parlor stand out: cozy (but unfussy) custom decor, nontoxic polishes, and complimentary neck warmers and chocolates with every treatment.
Congratulations to all the winners! Find out who won in our other editions.