Fashion FYI: Downtown's 3G Gallery puts its best luxury hat on
3G Gallery, at 1001 Liberty Ave., Downtown, is hosting a millinery event of luxury hats created by Jennifer L. Copeland Millinery from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 13. Men's and women's hats will be available for purchase at a 25 percent discount.
Details: 412-254-3636 or Jennifer@copelandmillinery.com
Nordstrom in Ross Park Mall is hosting an event called Roar. It's a new workout program for teenagers that focuses on a combination of fitness, nutrition, goal-setting and body image. It is at 9 a.m. June 13 and will be 45 minutes long. The event is free, but registration is required.
Details: 412-548-4300 or Kerry.firstname.lastname@example.org
Fashion Group International, Pittsburgh is looking for student members. The organization's mission is to unite professionals in the business of fashion and design and help members become more effective in their careers. The next public meeting is 6 p.m. June 26 at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Downtown.
Pittsburgh Fashion Week is searching for student designers. They must currently be enrolled in school and bring two garments for review from 1 to 3 p.m. June 7 at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Downtown. The pieces will be considered on construction, fit and finish of seams, hem lines, zippers and buttons, quality, detail and originality.
The Smokin' Hot Fashion Nite Out is from 5 to 9 p.m. June 13 at the Meadows in Washington County. There will be three fashion shows at 6 p.m. by Cache, 7 p.m. by Francesca's and 8 p.m. by Broke Little Rich Girl. There will be a purse auction benefitting Glimmer of Hope, to help those dealing with breast cancer. Admission is free.
Trunk Shows Boutique in Upper St. Clair is having its 8th annual Tente Vente through June 10. Just like a Parisian market, enjoy French wine, sodas and cookies while perusing the serious treasures and discounts. Items are 50 to 70 percent off. The boutique is at 1815 Washington Road.
Details: 412-833-6467 or www.trunkshowsboutique.com
Emerging fashion designer Winston Nunley from Point Breeze created the fashion line Windafire. He will present “Windafire One: The First Collection,” at 4:30 p.m. June 7 at Afro American Music Institute at 7131 Hamilton Ave., Homewood. The 11-year-old has an eye for design and was invited to be a special guest at the Custom Tailors & Designers Association Conference in New York this summer. The local show is free.
Details: 412-335-2411 or www.windafire.com
Kizmit Boutique in Bridgeville is hosting an event celebrating the store's remodeling from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 13. Sandra Sunday will be in store to do readings and customers who schedule an appointment will receive a facial. There also will be the latest looks in shoes for summer. The store is at 510 Station St.
Details: 412-221-5151 or www.kizmitboutique.com
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