Briefs: Macy's carrying Marilyn Monroe, Teen Vogue
Macy's is now offering two new lines: Marilyn Monroe and Teen Vogue.
Marilyn Monroe is an apparel collection that re-imagines the style of the greatest icon of the 20th century for the 21st-century fashionista. The collection, available at Ross Park Mall, Monroeville Mall and South Hills Village, infuses the actress' personality and retro styling into flirty garments. The collection retails from $29 to $89.
The Teen Vogue collection, curated by the editors of the magazine, embraces the brand's signature quirky-chic accents, offering a variety of trend-forward silhouettes, bold prints and bright colors. The line, available at South Hills Village and The Mall at Robinson, will feature maxi dresses, jumpsuits, printed leggings, short dresses, chambray shirts, bandeaus, shorts, bralettes, jackets and tanks. It is priced from $20 to $60.
Sew Addicted to fashion
Angie Fec of Sew Addicted will be the featured designer at the Greek Art/Green Innovator's Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. April 5 at the Pittsburgh Glass Center in the East End. The art/eco/tech fest is part of Unblurred First Fridays on Penn. Details: www.gagi4.blogspot.com
RAW: Pittsburgh is hosting a showcase called Marvel at 8 p.m. April 4 at CAVO in the Strip District. Tickets are $15; $10 in advance. RAW is an independent arts organization of artists. Every month, RAW selects and showcases artists in film, fashion, music, art, performing art, hairstyling, makeup artistry and photography. The event will feature 27 area artists, including a fashion show featuring ArieBella Couture and Manolache + Brieger. Details: www.rawartists.org
Fair Lady Frolic show
The 51st annual Fair Lady Frolic, a luncheon and fashion show sponsored by the Order Italian Sons and Daughters of America, will April 7 at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown. Fashions include Aeropostale, Joseph A. Bank, H. Baskin Clothier, Cache, Capriccio, Carabella, Carlisle's of Pittsburgh, Dales Maxima, Gals On & Off the Green, Gymboree, Janie & Jack, Nine West, and Nino's Black Tie Tuxedo. Vendor booths open at 11 a.m. Proceeds benefit a trip to Italian Day at Kennywood for guests with special needs. Tickets are $40; $50 for runway seating. Details: 412-261-3550
• Bella Bridesmaid in Bethel Park will have a LulaKate trunk show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 29 and 30. This line allows bridesmaids to personalize their dresses by combining different neckline, waistband and skirt styles. Details: 412-854-4422 or www.bellabridesmaid.com
• Larrimor's will feature a Stizzoli trunk show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 4 and 5 at its Downtown store. The line is known for its fine knits designed and manufactured in Italy. Details: 412-471-5727 or www.larrimors.com
Actress Dree Hemingway of the film “Starlet” has a cool-girl vibe that's on trend, according to People Style Watch. Here's how to do it:
Have fun with texture, color and print: Tweed, ruffles, sequins, bold hues and pretty patterns lend interest to dressy and casual looks.
Add one surprising accent: Whether it's a global-inspired necklace or a printed clutch, unexpected extras make her outfits standouts.
Finish with eye-catching heels: Mint-green Mary Janes, bold black ankle straps and metallic booties up the wow factor.
— Staff reports
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