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Designer Days in Lawrenceville sells high-end fashions at discounted prices for charity

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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JoAnne Klimovich Harrop | Tribune-Review
Jon Brunetti (left) and David Wright, sales associates at Thriftique in Lawrenceville, sort through a rack of clothing on Nov. 6 in preparation for the 49th annual Designer Days.
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The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available .
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JoAnne Klimovich Harrop | Tribune-Review
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available.
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JoAnne Klimovich Harrop | Tribune-Review
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available.
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JoAnne Klimovich Harrop | Tribune-Review
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available.
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Courtesy of Lynn Tomasits
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available .
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Courtesy of Lynn Tomasits
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available .
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Courtesy of Lynn Tomasits
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available .
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Courtesy of Lynn Tomasits
The 49th annual Designer Days is Nov. 7-10 at Thriftique in Lawrenceville. The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section is host of this annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise and a collection of upscale labels will be available .

Chanel. Christian Dior. Salvatore Ferragamo. Tory Burch. Kate Spade. Gucci. Robert Graham. Oleg Cassini.

These are just some of the recognizable names on clothing and accessories available at the 49th annual Designer Days.

The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section, hosts the annual shopping event, where thousands of pieces of merchandise will be available at Thriftique, the organization’s resale store in Lawrenceville.

Proceeds benefit the council’s community service programs.

The event begins Thursday with a ticket-entry Patron Party from 6 to 9 p.m., an evening of design and style with food, wine and music. The open-to-the-public sale is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

“This event is almost 50 years old, and it has a reputation for having quality merchandise,” said Teddi Horvitz, president of National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section. “The donations we’ve gotten are amazing. I see all of these racks of clothes and shoes and coats. I am so grateful. And it’s all for a good cause.”

Designer Days is the council’s biggest annual fundraiser and features deals on new and gently-worn designer label clothing, shoes and accessories. The organization collects designer labels and name brand clothing throughout the year to sell at this shopping extravaganza. Sunday is half-off everything.

This year, Designer Days will have a special vintage section.

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JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 724-853-5062, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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