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Fashion FYI: Step into fashion with Duquesne Women's Guild

| Thursday, April 4, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Duquesne University Women’s Guild
Brittnea Turner modeled Macy's fashions at 2012's show. Duquesne University Women’s Guild is sponsoring a “Stepping Into Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon” at noon on April 21, 2013, in the school’s Union Ballroom.

The Duquesne University Women's Guild is sponsoring a Stepping Into Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon at noon April 21 in the school's Union Ballroom. Fashions will be provided by Macy's. Proceeds benefit the guild's endowed scholarships and Spiritan Campus Ministry's Student Service Projects. Tickets are $30. Deadline is April 12.

Details: 412-279-2656 or www.duq.edu/womens-guild

Celebrate mothers

Young Lives Three Rivers is hosting a fashion-show fundraiser celebrating the young mothers, children and families empowered through the nonprofit organization's work. The YL3 Runway Benefit: Legacies, Impacting Generations will feature styles for women, children and men from Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Janie and Jack, Larrimor's, MAK Studio, neve/hawk, Sabika Jewelry, Worth New York and others. The show is at 2 p.m. April 6 at Pittsburgh Marriott North in Cranberry. Tickets are $35.

Details: www.yl3runway.eventbrite.com

Prom event

Join Macy's at 2 p.m. April 6 at the Mall at Robinson for a star-studded afternoon of prom fashion with Mandi Line, celebrity stylist and costume designer for the ABC Family television show “Pretty Little Liars.” She will discuss the hottest trends while hosting a fashion show. Shoppers can receive mini cosmetic makeovers, including hair and nail. Details: 412-787-9777 or www.macys.com

Trunk show

Larrimor's is having Canali, Eton and Magnanni trunk shows from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 11 at its One PNC location, Downtown, for men.

Details: 412-471-5727 or www.larrimors.com

Spring jewelry

Kathy Kane, owner of Kathy Kane Collections will show her spring collections of jewelry from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 6 at her boutique inside Izzazu Salon, Spa and Serata at Piatt Place, Downtown.

Details: 412-999-6501

Fabric fair

The 25th annual Salvation Army Fabric Fair is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 6 at the South Park Home Economics Building, on Brownsville Road. Patterns, upholstery, fabric, yarns and notions are available at discounts. The event is sponsored by the organization's Greater Pittsburgh Women's Auxiliary to raise money and help families in need.

Details: www.salvationarmy-wpa.org

Spring formal wear

South Hills Village Mall is hosting a spring formal fashion show, featuring the latest in formal wear, hair and makeup on live models at 11 a.m. April 6 on the lower level near at the Audition America Stage near Sephora. Participants include Cache, Tuxedo Junction, Regis Hair Salon and Bare Minerals. Details: 412-831-8652 or www.simon.com

Hooked on chocolate

Jared The Galleria of Jewelry brings high-end designer trends to shows that will feature Le Vian's chocolate diamonds as well as pink-orchid, sunny-yellow and sky-blue diamonds. Locations include: April 8 at 161 Fort Couch Road, near South Hills Village; April 9 at 3767 William Penn Highway, Holiday Centre, Monroeville; April 10 at 7381 McKnight Road in the North Hills and April 11 at 100 McHolme Drive, The Pointe at North Fayette. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Details: 800-431-4393 or www.jared.com

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