Right off their New York Fashion Week debut, Sarah and Victor Lytvinenko of Raleigh Denim bring their spring and summer line to the runway today at Saks Fifth Avenue in Raleighs Triangle Town Center for a fashion show. During the event, which will be from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Contemporary Department on One, attendees can meet the designers who are building a fashion empire in the middle of downtown Raleigh. For more information, call 919-792-9100, ext. 5108.
Bigger, better boutique
Bevello boutique is opening its latest location, in Cameron Village in a big way. Today from 7 to 9 p.m., the budget-friendly shop will open its new flagship store with a fashion show, samples from the in-store Dylans Candy Bar shop and more. The new location will house a full shoe salon, in addition to the largest selection of clothing of the stores locations. Bevello is at 2023 Cameron St., Raleigh, .
Deals and dreams
Score deals on designer clothes and help support cancer awareness at the Designer Consignors sale today through Saturday at Cary Towne Center Mall. Shoppers can find designer clothing, handbags, jewelry, shoes and more at steep discounts, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting The Bucket List Dream Foundation, which fulfills wishes for those with terminal cancer. The sale is between Kay Jewelers and Foot Locker. For more info, visit .
Trunk full of shoes
Check out the latest shoe styles from Van Eli during a trunk show today at Main & Taylor. A rep from the label will bring new looks in pumps, sandals and more. Refreshments will be served. Main & Taylor is in North Hills at 4421 Six Forks Road, Suite 114, Raleigh. 919-821-1556, .
Strut your stuff and help
N.C. States famed Art to Wear fashion show returns on April 24 at Reynolds Coliseum with 17 designers. But before that, the Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation is sponsoring the Runway, a fundraiser, on Saturday, with a lot of style. Come dressed to impressed and you can enter the fashion show, held at Sadlacks, in categories like highest heel or best wearable art. Its a chance for people to show their own sense of fashion, says Ashley Merrill, the events creator. The event starts at 1 p.m.; the fashion show starts at 2 p.m.
Therell be a chic parade down to East Village, where there will be a live band and prizes will be awarded. Registration for the fashion show is $10 for students with I.D. and $20 for others; the money goes to a scholarship fund.
For more details, visit facebook.com/HillsboroughStreet and look under events.
Chapel Hill fashion institution Julians celebrates 70 years of business on Saturday. The Franklin Street shop known for its preppy-chic clothing and signature argyle was opened in 1942 by Maurice Julian. His son, Alexander, helped make the brand a household name beyond the Triangle with designs that included the argyle accented basketball uniforms for the UNC basketball team. This Saturday, hell unveil an elaborate tile mosaic created by local artist Erick Davis.
Estate pieces of the stars
Baileys Fine Jewelry plans to make history this weekend with its largest antique and estate jewelry show ever. The show Saturday will include pieces from the stores antique and estate collection, plus items from the Singer Collection from New York. The Singer pieces come with a bit of celebrity cache, as some of them were previously owned by stars such as John Wayne, Tony Curtis, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, and Elizabeth Taylor. Baileys Fine Jewelry is in Cameron Village at 415 Daniels St., Raleigh. 919-829-7337, .
A Worth-y trunk show
The newest looks from the Worth Collection will be in the Triangle for a trunk show by appointment, Saturday through April 11. The pieces include sleek dresses and separates in black-and-white, as well as punchy summer shades of lime green and coral. During appointments, donations of gently used career wear will be accepted to benefit Dress for Success, a nonprofit that provides work attire for needy women. For appointments, call Peggy Fain 919-833-6833 or Ann Proctor 919-417-6455.
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