Meet Eyes on Fremont’s
LUSTY LADY in REDDISH
|the expressive red is rich without being garish and the matte white temple gives it a sultry touch|
A number of memorable institutions have come and gone that contribute to Seattle’s character. One of those places was the ever-provocative, THE LUSTY LADY. The 30-year old peepshow theater in Downtown Seattle was an women-run cooperative that was best known for its outrageously “punny” marquee display. It closed its doors in June 2010; passing through downtown’s 1st Ave without the iconic marquee’s cheeky quips hasn’t been nearly as amusing since.