Stylebook: Jewelry designer Marco Bicego to present collection at Orr's Jewelers


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Jewelry designer Marco Bicego will be at Orr's Jewelers, 532 Beaver St., Sewickley, from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday to meet with shoppers and present his collection.

His 18-karat gold designs, known for their "everyday luxury," are hand-engraved by second-generation artisans in Vicenza, Italy.

View his designs at www.marcobicego.com.

More from the Pittsburgh fashion and beauty front ...

Bead trunk show and "fill-a-bag" sale at Crystal River Gems: Stop by the store on the lower level of Fifth Avenue Place, Downtown, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Wednesday to shop unique beads for jewelry making. If you're new to beading, sign-ups for classes will be on hand.

On Thursday and Friday, shoppers can pick up a free reusable tote bag, stock up on beads and other goodies and receive 40 percent off items in their bag, excluding items already on sale.

Information: www.fifthavenueplacepa.com.

Joseph Orlando men's clothiers holiday kickoff event: Get in the holiday spirit 5-7 p.m. Thursday at 606 Liberty Ave., Downtown. Guests can enjoy a happy hour sponsored by Capital Wine & Spirits as they view the store's fall/winter collection. The event will benefit testicular/prostate cancer awareness month and will donate a portion of proceeds that day to charity.

Information: www.josephorlando.com or 412-765-1726.

Dana Rebecca Designs trunk show at Glassworks & Cheeks: From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday, visit 5406 Walnut St., Shadyside, to see some of the latest accessories. Dana Rebecca Designs has been spotlighted in W, Elle, InStyle, Vogue, Oprah's yearly "favorite things" list and more major fashion publications.

Information: www.glassworksandcheeks.com or 412-682-5443.

Annual "In Style With Children's" fashion show: Fashions for men, women and children, including designs by Pittsburgh-based designer Kiya Tomlin, will be on display Saturday at an event to benefit the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation Family Life! auxiliary. From 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Omni William Penn, Downtown, guests can browse boutique shopping, silent auction items, raffle prizes and more.

Ticket and sponsorship information available at givetochildrens.org/in-style.

Kandy for the Cure fashion show: Support the Glimmer of Hope Foundation raising money for breast cancer research at an evening of fashion, food and fun 7 p.m. Saturday at the Center of Harmony, 253 Mercer St., Harmony, Butler County. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $30 for VIP access at thecenterofharmony.com. Doors open at 6 p.m.

American Girl fashion show at Montour Heights Country Club: The Junior League of Pittsburgh will present the annual fashion show featuring local models wearing historical and contemporary fashions for girls and their American Girl dolls. The family-friendly event will include refreshments, party favors, door prizes and a raffle. Supercuts also will sponsor a doll hair salon, where girls can get their dolls a new 'do for $15 per session, plus take home a package of hair accessories.

Show times are 11 a.m., 2:30 and 6 p.m. Saturday and 1 and 4 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $45-$50 at www.jlpgh.org.

Locker Room by Lids comes to Macy's at Ross Park Mall and Downtown: The department store chain is about to make stocking up on Pittsburgh professional and collegiate sports gear easier. This fall, 24 Macy's locations across the country will welcome the sports-themed departments.

They will house interactive kiosks that will allow customers to place orders via macys.com or ship purchases across the country as a gift. Custom embroidery on sportswear also will be an option. By spring, Macy's plans to expand the concept to about 175 of its stores.


For more from PG fashion writer Sara Bauknecht, check out the PG's Stylebook blog at www.post-gazette.com/stylebook. Follow her on Twitter @SaraB_PG. To have a fashion or style event considered for Stylebook, send listing to sbauknecht@post-gazette.com.

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