Fall Fashion for Men

New Day Northwest – King 5

September 2017

I was invited back on New Day Northwest to share my favorite “must haves” for fall. In this segement I featured accessories and beauty products from brands including Skoah, Creed Fragrances, Bosca Leathers and Ollie Quinn Eyewear.

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The Menswear Movement

425 Magazine

August 2017

Andrew Hoge always makes a grand entrance. If it weren’t for his style, his height would be enough to draw eyes. He towers over crowds at about 6 feet 6 inches.

Hoge has been in the center of the local women’s fashion industry for nearly a decade. He was a manager for Luly Yang — an architect turned fashion designer known for her elaborate gowns. Since then, Hoge has moved on to coordinating luxurious weddings at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel while keeping close ties to the local style world. On a typical day, Hoge is dressed to the nines, but his creative style choices really shine when he’s off the clock.

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“Ah That’s Good!” Spring styles with Seattle fashion blogger Andrew Hoge

New Day Northwest – King 5

April 4, 2017

Seattle fashion and lifestyle blogger Andrew Hoge shows some of his favorite looks for the spring season.

He’ll be featuring local designers Sharply, Buki Brand, Butch Blum and Rafael Soto. Click the designers names’ to explore their websites.

Andrew’s impressive resume includes work with noteworthy brands like the Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle Magazine and more. He’s passionate about everything from men’s style to bridal trends. Today on New Day NW, and every day, he strives to spread feelings of bliss and empowerment, or those “ah that’s good” moments.

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Seattle-area fashion bloggers share what inspires them (and where they shop)

Seattle Times

March 2017

Fashion philosophy: “My belief is that fashion combines art, storytelling and personal expression. While interning in the Communications department at Oscar de la Renta I witnessed a fashion house known for its classic femininity embody the modern woman. At Luly Yang I learned about the intentionality of design and the importance of approaching style with thoughtfulness. Truthfully, it took me awhile to learn how to…

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Wedding Trends 2017

Seattle Bride magazine

Seattle Bride magazine recently asked me to share my favorite wedding planning trends for 2017.

Faces of Eastside Style

425 Magazine

May/June 2016

425 Magazine features twelve style trendsetters for its Spring Fashion issue.

He describes himself as “mixed” both in style and in ethnicity (his mom is Indian, and his dad is German). At work he wears tailored suits; on weekends he wears simple basics.

Explore the article here.

Wedding Tips from the Fairmont Olympic

Seattle Refined by KOMO

March 2016

In this interview I share some of my favorite planning planning tips and design trends!

In this segment, Whitney Keyes heads to the luxurious, Fairmont Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle to get some advice from Andrew Hoge, the hotels’ head wedding designer.

Watch the video here.

Andrew Hoge Gets the “Attaboy” for Attire

Seattle Magazine

December 2015

I was honored to be featured in Seattle Magazine’s monthly Essential Style section.

Andrew Hoge honed his eye for style as the communications and assistant business manager for Seattle couturier Luly Yang before joining the events team at The Fairmont Olympic Hotel this past summer. Given the task of designing dream weddings for the city’s elite.

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Seattle University Magazine

February 2011

Shortly after completing my internship with Oscar de la Renta, Seattle University Magazine profiled my first steps into the fashion world.

If fashion tells a story, Andrew Hoge sure has one to tell.


The senior and onetime biochemistry major who wanted to be a doctor describes what he calls the thunderbolt effect of his decision to switch his major to business administration and strategic communications. Another pivotal point came his freshman year when he joined the SU Fashion Club.

Read the entire article here.