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Fashion FYI: New men's salon; custom tablewear at Pittsburgh Glass Center

| Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
18| 8 FINE MEN'S SALON
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
18| 8 Fine Men's Salon
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
18| 8 FINE MEN'S SALON
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
18| 8 FINE MEN'S SALON
An 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, grey blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments.
Pittsburgh Glass Center, in Garfield, launched its first line of tablewear, called Penn+Fairmont, created by local artist Jason Forck. It includes cups and vases as well as pitchers such as this one.
PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER
Pittsburgh Glass Center, in Garfield, launched its first line of tablewear, called Penn+Fairmont, created by local artist Jason Forck. It includes cups and vases as well as pitchers such as this one.

For the guys

An 18|8 Fine Men's Salon is open at 8011C McKnight Road in The Block Northway, Ross. It offers more than just a haircut. Services include facial treatments, gray blending, scalp treatments, straight shaves, waxing and nail treatments. The 1,500-square-foot salon is one of 100 franchises and is a modern barbershop comprised of several semi-private grooming stations and a private room for consultations and waxing services. Owners Walt and Cathy Kozlowski hope to open two more locations to Pennsylvania over the next four years.

“We were immediately attracted to the 18|8 business model as we felt the unique concept caters to an underserved marketplace,” Walt Kozlowski says. “We have lived in the Pittsburgh area for our entire lives and believe that the bustling and economically promising community is the perfect spot to introduce the brand to Pennsylvania. We are thrilled to be providing the community with this second-to-none salon experience.”

Details: 412-564-4911 or eighteeneight.com

Set the table

Pittsburgh Glass Center, in Garfield, launched its first line of tablewear, called Penn+Fairmount, created by local artist Jason Forck. His pitchers, cups and vases are made by hand and one of the pitchers was featured in Martha Stewart Living magazine. The collection can be purchased at the glass center, which is hosting its holiday sale Dec. 1 to 3, or online.

Details: 412-365-2145 or pennfairmount.com

Trunk show

Larrimor's, 249 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh is having an Algo of Switzerland spring/summer trunk show from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. Meet representative Nicolas Goetschel.

Details: 412-471-5727 or larrimors.com

Runway ready

Wylie Avenue With You, a benefit fashion show, is from 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 30 at the Hill House Association, 1835 Centre Ave. in the Hill District. The show will feature fashion trends from the 1920s and ‘30s. Proceeds benefit Hurricane Harvey victims. Tickets are $100.

Details: branahill.pangia.me

Light up night

The Sewickley Light Up Night is from 5 to 9 p.m. Dec. 1. More than 100 shops will be selling everything from antiques to home décor to men's and women's and children's apparel. Hosted by Explore Sewickley.

Details: exploresewickley.com

Sparkle and shine

The second annual Paul Michael Bierker Holiday Party and Trunk Show is from 6 to 10 p.m. Dec. 1 at Paul Michael Design, 3453 Butler St., Lawrenceville. Choose from a wide selection of jewelry, some rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings made just for this event.

Details: 412-486-2016 or paulmichaeldesign.com

Opening

Divine D'Zigns Hair Studio, 810 Amity St., Homestead is opening at noon Dec. 2. There will be food and beverages.

Details: 412-593-4846

Masters of Style

Mystylistapp.com presents the Masters of Style Competition from 2 to 10 p.m. Dec. 3 at 6024 Broad St., East Liberty. Categories include best barber, best stylist and best hair braider. More than $2,000 in cash and rewards will be given away to the winners. Tickets are $50 to enter, $10 for admission.

Details: mystylistapp.com or info@resustech.com

Wedding planner

The Wedding Workshop is from noon to 3 p.m. Dec. 3 at Ziggy's Tuxedo & Shirts, 3136 Brodhead Rd. Aliquippa. Three wedding professionals — a photographer, men's formalwear expert and entertainer — will offer advice about planning the perfect day.

Details: 724-417-4567

— Staff reports

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

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