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Plus, bridal trunk show, custom shirt month at Larrimor’s and the latest on Pittsburgh-based Terry Jolo Brand fashion line.
“It is an expression of your emotions about well-being to the person it is going to,” said art therapist Brant Meehan.
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What took place last week in New York City was the first of its kind.
Matthew Noszka and Devin Goda are building successful careers in modeling while keeping their hometowns close at heart.
Plus, a bridal accessories boutique, shopping for fall, what’s happening at Ross Park Mall and more.
New York City’s first men’s fashion week ended Thursday with the return of John Varvatos. But trends weren’t all people were talking about.
From the start of the four-day fashion affair, the muscle and range of menswear in American style has been in the spotlight.
Patrons recalled attending special occasion meals at the 11th floor restaurant and visits to the holiday windows.
Vertical stripes commonly associated with classic speedsters made the jump from the racetrack to chairs and sofas.
Plus, fall shopping with Worth New York, and Stylebook is live this week from New York Fashion Week: Men’s!
More than 40 established and emerging designers are slated to be part of New York City’s first fashion week devoted to all-things menswear.
There’s no shortage of Pittsburgh-based brands that are keeping the spirit of American-made manufacturing and artistry alive and well.
Take in the sights, sounds and — of course! — styles at the annual SouthSide Works Exposed.
More than 300 accessories and space-related ephemera are on display at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History through early 2016.