This Week In Fashion: The Enamel Project Hosts A Pop-Up Trunk Show

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style
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Ethi­cally made, limited edition clothing line Production Mode heads to The Enamel Project on Saturday. photo courtesy of ProductionModeChicago.com.

Read on for St. Louis’ most fab fashion news and events:

March 26: FGI presents: How Fashion Influences Interiors
The St. Louis FGI chapter will host a panel discussion and networking event featuring four of St. Louis’ top interior experts at KDR Showrooms in Maryland Heights. The panel will be moderated by Kevin Kenney, President and CEO of KDR. Panelists include: Alan Brainerd, Principle Designer, Alan Brainerd, Inc.; Emily Castle,  Managing Principal, Castle Design; Darlene Davison, Director of the Interior Design Program/Associate Professor of Interior Design: Maryville University; and Ken Stückenschneider, Principal Designer, Stückenschneider Decoration & Design. For tickets and information, visit FGI on the web.

March 28: Crowne Comforteur Trunk Show
St. Louis-designed shoe line Crowne Comforteur will be hosting a trunk show event at Laurie’s Shoes on Saturday, March 28 from 11am-2pm. The event will feature the newest styles from the line, a gift with purchase, giveaways and sweet snacks. RSVP to info@crownecomforteur.com. 9916 Manchester Rd, Rock Hill.

March 28: Shop the One Studio
This Saturday, Shop One Online hosts an exclusive event at designer Amelia Freeman’s Maplewood studio. The studio will be open for one day only and will feature sneak peeks of future releases, discounts on select apparel, sample sale items and refreshments. The event will take place from 10am-2pm. For more information about One, click here! 7401 Hazel Ave #A, Maplewood.

March 28: The Enamel Project’s Pop-Up Trunk Show
The Enamel Project will host a trunk show event that will feature the work of ethical fashion label Production Mode on Saturday from 4-8pm. Production Mode designer and St. Louis native, Jamie Hayes, will be presenting her line of hand screen-printed leather goods, while artist Paula Wilson, print designer for Production Mode and current Louis D. Beaumont Fellow at Washington University, pyrographs on leather. 3123 Morganford, South St. Louis. 

March 31: Zang Toi fall 2015 Trunk Show and Appearance at Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks Fifth Avenue welcomes vibrant designer Zang Toi to St. Louis for an exclusive event in the Designer Salon on Tuesday, March 31 from 12-2pm. Guests can meet the designer while previewing his Fall 2015 Mystique and Venice Collections. Champagne and lunch bites will be provided. For more information or to RSVP, please contact 314.567.9200, ext. 5306. Plaza Frontenac.

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