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Fashion FYI: Carry your team

| Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this north south triple zip handbag ($108), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this north south triple zip handbag ($108), at dooney.com
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this handbag ($168), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this handbag ($168), at dooney.com
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this leather north south triple zip handbag ($198), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this leather north south triple zip handbag ($198), at dooney.com
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this handbag ($228), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this handbag ($228), at dooney.com
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this cross body wallet ($178), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this cross body wallet ($178), at dooney.com
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this large slim wristlet ($78), at dooney.com
DOONEY & BOURKE
The Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers Collection includes this large slim wristlet ($78), at dooney.com

With the National Football League about to start its season Sept. 7, Pittsburgh Steelers fans will be gearing up for the team's opener at 1 p.m. Sept. 10 against rival Cleveland at FirstEnergy Stadium. Cheer on the team with one of the newest pieces from the Dooney & Bourke NFL Steelers collection. The line includes everything from shoppers to wallets and ranges in price from $78 to $198.

Details: dooney.com

Mad Men Makeup

The Gilded Girl Beauty Emporium, a Lawrence-ville boutique with a wide selection of cosmetics, skincare, fragrance and hair and shave care for him and her, including for mom and baby, is having a Mad Men Makeup class from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 7. Attendees will learn 1950s and '60s fashion and makeup inspired by the iconic television program. The store is located at 5104 Butler St. Cost is $25.

Details: 412-450-0578 or thegildedgirl.com

Trunk show

Larrimor's, a men's and women's boutique at 249 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, is having a Nina McLemore trunk show from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 7 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 8 and 9. Meet McLemore representative Gail Niziolek.

Details: 412-471-5727 or larrimors.com

On the runway

Carabella, a women's clothing and accessories boutique in Oakmont is having a Fall Fashion Show at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Oaks Theatre, 310 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont. The event benefits the Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh. Tickets are $100.

Details: 412-828-2187 or carabellaoakmont.com

Frame it

The Frick Pittsburgh Museum, 7227 Reynolds St. in Point Breeze, is hosting Fashion in Frame — The Art of Visual Presentation from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 8. Suzanne Mauro, a Pittsburgh-based stylist and instructor at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, will talk about the art of visual presentation and how the most alluring storefronts entice us to enter. Tickets are $10.

Details: 412-371-0600 or thefrickpittsburgh.org

Go to market

The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership is hosting a Fashion Market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 11 in Market Square in Pittsburgh. This pop-up marketplace offers a variety of retailers and fashion trucks who will be on hand showcasing the latest in fall fashions as well as some deals on summer clothing and accessories.

Details: downtownpittsburgh.com

Volunteers needed

Designer Days is looking for volunteers for its annual shopping event Nov. 3 to 5, with the patron event scheduled for Nov. 2, at Thriftique, 125 51st St., Lawrenceville.

For 47 years, proceeds from Designer Days have supported the National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section's efforts to improve the lives of women, children and families through advocacy and community service projects, including the Center for Women, children's rooms in the courts and the Back 2 School store. Volunteers will receive a $15 voucher to shop at the sale, which features new and gently used designer clothing and accessories at incredible prices.

Details: 412-421-6118 or ncjwpgh.org

Models wanted

The Westmoreland Cultural Trust is in need of two models whose lives have been touched by breast cancer for the FashionFusion — 13th annual runway fashion show at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg.

Details: 724-836-1123 or westmorelandculturaltrust.org

— Staff reports

Send Fashion FYI items to JoAnne Klimovich Harrop at jharrop@tribweb.com.

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