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Fashion FYI: Heart, bras, fragrances and more

| Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, 9:00 p.m.
I Made it! Market is hosting a Valentine’s Day -inspired event --I Made It! Sweet, an artisan pop-up event Feb. 10 at The Block Northway in Ross.
RACHELLYNN SCHOEN
I Made it! Market is hosting a Valentine’s Day -inspired event --I Made It! Sweet, an artisan pop-up event Feb. 10 at The Block Northway in Ross.
I Made it! Market is hosting two Valentine’s Day -inspired events -- I Made It! Mine and I Made It! Sweet artisan pop-up events on Pittsburgh’s South Side and The Block Northway in Ross.
RACHELLYNN SCHOEN
I Made it! Market is hosting two Valentine’s Day -inspired events -- I Made It! Mine and I Made It! Sweet artisan pop-up events on Pittsburgh’s South Side and The Block Northway in Ross.
The ecoChic resale boutique at Thorn Run Crossing in Coraopolis is closing Jan. 31 and will merge with Consignment Cottage (shown), 234 Moon Clinton Rd., Moon, which recently celebrated 25 years.
CONSIGNMENT COTTAGE
The ecoChic resale boutique at Thorn Run Crossing in Coraopolis is closing Jan. 31 and will merge with Consignment Cottage (shown), 234 Moon Clinton Rd., Moon, which recently celebrated 25 years.
Jill Stuart has partnered with Macy’s to create JILL Jill Stuart, a limited-edition spring ready-to-wear line that features bold floral prints, distinctive textiles, and eye-catching silhouettes. The collection is currently available on Macy's mobile app and online and officially launches in 151 Macy’s stores Feb. 15.
MACY'S
Jill Stuart has partnered with Macy’s to create JILL Jill Stuart, a limited-edition spring ready-to-wear line that features bold floral prints, distinctive textiles, and eye-catching silhouettes. The collection is currently available on Macy's mobile app and online and officially launches in 151 Macy’s stores Feb. 15.

From the heart

The Pittsburgh Glass Center, 5472 Penn Ave., Friendship/Garfield area is having a make-it-now workshop demonstrating how to make heart pendants for a Valentine's Day gift at 4 p.m. Feb. 9. For $25, attendees can create a piece of glass jewelry. Please note due to the nature of hot glass, items cannot be taken with you that day, but will be available a few days later.

Details: 412-365-2145 or pittsburghglasscenter.org

Smells good

Glam Earth Natural & Organic Beauty Boutique, 218 E. Main St., Carnegie, is hosting Chemistry — A Make & Take for Two event from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 9. Bring your Valentine and enjoy wine and sweet treats while you make each other a custom-blended fragrance — maybe even a “love potion.” Cost is $45 per couple.

Details: 412-932-5644 or eventbrite.com

Get pampered

Bra guru Judy P. Masucci and fashion designer Kiya Tomlin are teaming up for Pampering You, an afternoon with complimentary mind, body and spirit services from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 10 at Tomlin's studio, Uptown by Kiya Tomlin, 5983 Broad St., East Liberty. Treat yourself to massage sessions, lifestyle coaching, boudoir-style, bra fittings by Masucci and fashion advice from Tomlin.

Details: 412-361-2100

MommaPalooza

MB Bride, 123 S. Urania Ave., Greensburg is having a MommaPalooza and Mother's Dress Spectacular Feb. 9-11 by appointment. There will be an impressive number of mother-of-the-bride and mother-of-the-groom dresses.

Details: 724-836-6626 or mbbride.com

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