This Week In Fashion: Devil City Owner Deborah Fink Announces Showroom And Ziezo Offers A Last Chance Display Sale
Deborah Fink Announces Showroom Opening— Deborah Fink, owner of retro-inspired boutique, Devil City, announced the opening of a showroom in University City. The location will be independent of the retail store and will showcase vintage and pin-up-inspired designs by Deborah. The showroom is set to launch on Feb. 1.
Updated: ALIVE Bride Model Casting Call and Happy Hour— ALIVE Magazine has teamed up with Scape to host a special model casting call and happy hour on Wednesday, Jan. 8* from 5-7p. Chosen models will have the opportunity to star in the ALIVE Bride fashion presentation, taking place on Thursday, Jan. 16. Entry is free with complimentary Skinnygirl Prosecco and light bites from Scape. For more information, view the official Facebook event page. RSVP is required. *The event was originally scheduled for Tuesday but was moved to Wednesday.
Winter sales are in full swing at boutiques across the St. Louis area, including Blush in Kirkwood which is offering up to 75 percent off all sale merchandise beginning Jan. 8.
Ziezo announced that due to inclement weather, their final day of business was Saturday, Jan. 4. Furniture and display items will still be for sale and are able to be purchased by appointment Tuesday, Jan. 7 through Friday, Jan. 10 from 12-6pm. Interested parties can contact the store by phone, email or through the store’s Facebook page. The store, which was in business for over 30 years, announced its official closing date and sales about two weeks ago. 314-725-9602, email@example.com
South Broadway Art Project launches Fashion Project Open Studio on Thursday, Jan. 9 through Saturday, Jan. 11 from 12-7p. The event features various classes and D.I.Y. projects involving upcycling and customizing used clothing. The events are kid, teen and adult-friendly with special rates offered to students. View the South Broadway Art Project website for a full schedule and more information.