This Week In Fashion: Red Winter Fashion Affair + Beauty Buzz
Feb. 17: Escada Trunk Show
View the latest Spring 2016 collection from luxury brand Escada in the upper level at Neiman Marcus on Wed. Feb. 17.
Feb. 18: Erdos At Home Grand Opening
Join founder John Erdos for the St. Louis launch of home decor shop Erdos at Home in The Boulevard on Thursday from 6-8pm.
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org | 11 The Boulevard, Richmond Heights
Feb. 20: Beauty Buzz at Neiman Marcus
The annual beauty event of the season is back on Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10:30am-12:30pm. Enjoy beauty consultations, light bites, coffee and mimosas and giveaways. Men’s consultations also available. RSVP to reserve an appointment.
RSVP: email@example.com | Plaza Frontenac
Feb. 21: Red Winter Fashion Affair
The Red Winter Fashion Affair is back for the third year to present a series of luxury and street wear fashion from St. Louis designers and boutiques with a “red winter” theme. The event will be a great networking opportunity for artists, media, bloggers, photographers and fashion industry creatives of all types, and will take place at The Rustic Goat on Sunday from 6-11pm.
Tickets | 2617 Washington Ave., Downtown
Feb. 23: Escape the Winter Blues Spring Fashion Revival
Join Park Lane Jewelry at Andre’s Banquet Hall for an introduction to their new spring line. Blue attire suggested but not required. Tickets include dinner, jewelry giveaways, raffle, the new jewelry reveal and cash bar.
Tickets | 4254 Telegraph Road, South County
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Mar. 3: Divinemoira Studio Illumination Trunk Show
Join Divinemoira Studio for the launch of their spring works in addition to select original works of art from celebrated, local artists Zack Smithey, Peter Manion, Cbabi Bayoc, and Erin McGrath Rieke. Works from Divinemoira Studio contributors include new and original works from Holly Anderson, BJ Carrick, Brittany Taylor, John Blair, Julie Johnson, Thomas Park, Jeffrey Richter, Jeff Sass and designs by Danielle Aslanian, Rose Merello, and Jessica Leighton. Benefits local non-profit Angel Band Project.