Fashion briefs: Kids event set for Bakery Square
The I Made It! Jr. & Healthy Living event will be from noon to 3 p.m. April 20 at Bakery Square in the East End. More than 50 artists will be selling handmade wares for children and for a healthier home. Shop for clothing, accessories, art prints, toys, plush, cards, backpacks, gift items and more. The event will feature healthy-living options. There will be kid-friendly entertainment. The event is free. Details: www.imadeitmarket.com
• Roberta Weissburg Leathers in Shadyside is having a Brighton spring-handbag trunk show from noon to 3 p.m. April 20. Join in at the charm bar for a glass of wine and to re-design your charm jewelry with new spring charms. Register to win a Brighton purse. Details: 412-681-8188 or email@example.com
• Larrimor's is having a Barbour trunk show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 25 at its Downtown store. An authentic and quintessential British brand, Barbour provides a wardrobe for fashionable living. Details: 412-471-5727 or www.larrimors.com
Co-hosts Pretty Living PR, Charity by Dawn Lilly cosmetics, Jacqueline's Salon and The Gallery by Debi Weiss present Mission Makeover for Autism Awareness from 6 to 8:30 p.m. April 20 at Cavo in the Strip District. Hairdressers, makeup artists, models and stylists will compete for the best makeover look. Tickets are $25; $35 for VIP. Details: www.prettylivingpr.com or www.showclix.com
10th anniversary event
Lapels, A Fine Men's Clothier in Greensburg is celebrating its 10th anniversary from 4 to 9 p.m. April 26 with “A Decade of Style” event with sales and giveaways. Details: 724-853-7145 or www.lapelsmensstore.com
Rock It sale
Rock It is a two-day consignment sale April 26 and 27 for girls, juniors and ladies, which features new and gently used clothing, shoes and accessories. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. both days at the Iceoplex at Southpointe in Canonsburg. Details: 412-832-0642 or www.shoprockit.com
Update your wardrobe
People StyleWatch offers fresh wardrobe updates from designer Tory Burch:
Choose a bold pattern: “I love the look of a strong graphic jacket, particularly when paired with unexpected prints. It's all about trying new combinations.”
Work global-inspired pieces: “We partnered with women artisans from Guinea on our tie-dye skirt. Their skill is incredible — tie-dye is a local tradition.”
Mix textures: “I love the combination of matte and shine on our gold-heel straw pumps. Wear them with ankle-length pants; the neutral hue elongates your legs.”
Go for special takes on staples: “A crisp, white top is a great canvas for interesting embellishment. For our spring collection, we created tile-like trim with beads of all shapes and sizes.”
Have fun with extras: “More is more when it comes to spring handbags. We added pom-poms, mirrors, batik trims and tassels to an artisanal look.”
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