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Where and how couples are celebrating their wedding is evolving, giving them more choices to pepper their big day with their personalities.
The Cranberry-based brand is coming out with a line of shoes for brides. Part of the proceeds will go to the Wish Upon A Wedding non-profit.
Plus: Final days for “Halston and Warhol,” learn what it’s like to be a Stella & Dot stylist, Pittsburgh Fashion Week tickets and more.
The second annual event featured a mix of brands and designers from the city and abroad, such as recent Pittsburgh transplant Portia Brady.
Ready or not, here comes autumn, brought to you by Madison Avenue.
The neighborhood has evolved into a stretch of savvy boutiques where the city’s hip and trendy tend to flock.
Through Sunday it will bring runway shows, trunk shows and networking opportunities for fashion industry insiders to venues across the city.
Plus: Kizmit Boutique to hold fall trunk show, Pittsburgh Fashion Week seeks models and track the fashion trucks with an interactive map.
FashionAFRICANA will hold its first kids event on Saturday at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts with nearly 80 models ages 2-13.
The film documents the famed French designer’s career and personal and professional relationship with Pierre Berge.
Turn shopping for clothes for class into a chance to offer kids and teens some tips about bargain hunting, personal style and more.
Plus: Meet handbag designer Patricia Nash, gear up for school with Teen Vogue at Macy’s, relax at Elliven Spa and more Pittsburgh news.
Tim Moore of Shadyside launched this spring an online store for his American-made, premium-quality boxer shorts business, Moore Boxers.
Wrist wear for men is a trend that is armed and stylish.
Plus, Pittsburgh Fashion Week seeks vendors, wearable art exhibit, FGI Pittsburgh to hold next meeting and more local fashion happenings.
Rose Ann Milbert, a nurse at Magee-Womens Hospital, repurposes wedding dresses into angel gowns for families who‘ve lost a baby.
The local startup Go Shout Love’s main platform is Instagram, which allows the company to connect with families and vendors.