Fashion FYI: Pittsburgh Fashion Week announces Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame class
Pittsburgh Fashion Week announced its fifth Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame class. Honorees include Catherine Ferris, owner of Catherina in Oakmont, Patricia Sprague Goetell, owner of Patricia Boutique in Mt. Washington, Lana Neumeyer, Pittsburgh-based designer from Brazil, South America and philanthropist, Charles Spiegel, owner of Charles Spiegel for Men in Squirrel Hill and Roberta Weissburg, owner of Roberta Weissburg Leathers in Shadyside and SouthSide Works. This year's Exceptional Artist award will be presented to Shellie Hipsky, fashion philanthropist and TV/radio host. They were selected for their outstanding, long-term contributions to fashion, style and beauty in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The class will be honored at a luncheon Sept. 28 at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown, at the end of the fifth-annual fashion week. Tickets are $70 and will be available July 7.
Sorrelli jewelry events
Aw Else Boutique in Greensburg is having a Thinking of You Mom Sorrelli trunk show April 25 through May 9, as well as a Juleps & Jewels event to celebrate the Kentucky Derby with hats and jewelry on May 2-3.
Details: 724-420-5236 or www.awelseshop.com
The Symphony East Forever Spring fashion show is 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. April 30 at Edgewood Country Club, Churchill. Proceeds benefit the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Fashions provided by Christopher and Banks. Tickets are $35.
A Sip and Shop from 3 to 7 p.m. April 27 at Shadyside Inn & Suites, Shadyside, will feature clothing, shoes, handbags and hair products.
Nordstrom in Ross Park Mall is having a beauty trend event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 2 and 3 with tips on spring beauty, along with complimentary makeup, skincare and fragrance consultations. Appointments recommended.
Capriccio Boutique, a women's clothing and accessories store, is having a grand re-opening from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. April 25 and 26 at its new location at 5867 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill, up the street from its former spot.
Red shoe gala
The Red Shoe gala is 7 to 11 p.m. April 25 at the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel, Downtown. Proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Tickets are $50.
Style Week Pittsburgh is seeking nominations for the 2014 Style Awards.
The leading women and men in fashion, beauty and the arts will be honored during the weeklong event Aug. 11-17. Nominees must reside in Pittsburgh and have at least five years of professional experience within their respective fields. The categories are: Designer of the Year, Style Icon of the Year, Trailblazer of the Year, Model of the Year, Makeup Artist of the Year, Hair Stylist of the Year, Stylist of the Year, Fashion Photographer of the Year, Most Stylish in the Media and Most Stylish Artist. Deadline is May 16.
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