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WeMa raincoat made from recycled bottles, $380, SoHo Boutique.

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Pendleton Woolen Mills oblong silk scarf, $58, pendleton-use.com.

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Bridge & Burn Collins jacket, $215, bridgeandburn.com

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Tanner Goods leather belt, $74, the Woodlands.

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Thea cashmere knee-high socks, $40, Sock Dreams.

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Practical can be pretty too. This 1930s-inspired FROCK KANDI LIGHT HAND LUGGAGE by Lissa Scherer fits under airplane seats and has a see-through compartment on the inside, making airport security a cinch. $228 at Physical Element.

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Put a little color in your cocktail (or cognac) with these Rothko-inspired HAND-BLOWN TUMBLERS by Lynn Everett Read. $45 each at Canoe.

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Opinionated, unapologetic, and hilarious, Tin House Books’ reissue of the 1948 classic THE HOUR: A COCKTAIL MANIFESTO, by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Bernhard DeVoto, will have you laughing—or fuming—from the first page. $13 at tinhouse.com

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IMBUE VERMOUTH isn’t just for martinis. A new style of bittersweet vermouth made from Oregon pinot gris grapes and Eau de Vie brandy, Imbue drinks like wine. N Nowrthwest liquor cabinet should be without it. $26 at Pearl Specialty Market and Spirits.

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Pad a computer, shrink a landfill with Portland-based LOOPTWORKS’ HOPTU LAPTOP SLEEVE, made from "upcycled" wetsuit neoprene salvaged from the sewing-room floor. $26-35 at looptworks.com

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Any decent spread deserves a stylish setting. Help your hosts get gussied up with Plover’s elegant ORGANIC COTTON TWILL PLACE MATS, block-printed by hand in eight patterns. $26 at ploverorganic.com.

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Gather Oregon’s bounty in one breakfast basket: full-leaf teas and herbal infusions from STEVEN SMITH TEAMAKER ($15; smithtea.com); JAMS made with Columbia Gorge-grown fruit ($6.50/jar; oregongrowers.com); and granola (see next) that helps feed others—all of TRACY’S SMALL-BATCH GRANOLA revenues go to nonprofits working to reduce hunger in Portland ($7; urbangleaners.org).

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Kim Boyce, LA pastry chef turned home baker, arrived in Portland this year with one of the best new cookbooks under her belt, GOOD TO THE GRAIN: BAKING WITH WHOLE-GRAIN FLOURS. Twelve grains, from amaranth to rye, are explored, each rising with compelling recipes. $30 at powells.com

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Whether they cradle plants or keys, Pigeon Top Ceramics’ TRIPOD POTS, thrown and glazed by hand in Portland, are eye-catching odes to old-school craftsmanship. $48 at pigeontoeceramics.com

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Current Portland indie-rock "It girl" Luz Elena Mendoza soulfully weaves between Spanish and English on LUPON, leading her folk-pop band Y La Bamba into uncharted dreamscapes with their debut album. $10at tenderlovingempire.com

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