Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame inductees announced
By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Published: Monday, May 6, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Pittsburgh Fashion Week has announced its 2013 nominees for the fourth annual Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame.
They are Michael Barone, creative director of Moda Men's Fashions in Shadyside; Jean Bryant, a retired journalist and founder of Miss Teenage and Mr. African American programs; Tom Julian, fashion expert and author of “Nordstrom's Guide to Men's Style “; Debbie Norrell, lifestyle editor for the New Pittsburgh Courier; EB Pepper, owner of EB Pepper women's clothing boutique in Shadyside, and Marianne Skiba, Emmy-award winning celebrity makeup artist.
The honorees are selected for their unique, outstanding and long-term contribution to fashion, style and beauty in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The six individuals will be recognized at a luncheon Sept. 29 at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown.
New this year is the Exceptional Artist Award, to be given to Jacqueline Capatolla, owner of Jacqueline's Salon in the Grant Building, Downtown, and author of “Shear Dreams.”
Tickets will be available this summer for $65 at www.showclix.com
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