Do It: This Weekend’s Fashion, Beauty and Style Events that Are Not To Be Missed

October 22, 2014

This weekend is chock-full of fun and fashionable things to do, so if you’re itching to hit the town, these events will keep you busy!

 

Frida’s Grand Opening | Thursday, October 23

Rachel Lutz, beloved owner of The Peacock Room, has opened another store, this one inspired by Frida Kahlo’s free spirit and eclectic style, and she wants to celebrate! From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., browse the fresh, casual and everyday apparel and accessories while moving your hips to a live Mariachi band. Giveaways and door prizes are available, and if you dress up as Frida Kahlo or Diego Rivera, you will receive 10% off your purchase and a grand prize will go to the best of each.

 

Frida is located in the Park Shelton at 15 E. Kirby St., in Detroit.

 

CRAINE&LOVE Trunk Show | Thursday, October 23

Local designer Carol Craine will be on site at Willys Detroit for the CRAINE&LOVE trunk show. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Carol will be available to chat, and she will also share the story of her collection. Fall-inspired drinks are provided by Bailout Productions.

 

Willys Detroit is located at 441 W Canfield St., in Detroit.

 

Gypsy Autumn Event | Thursday, October 23

Bohemian beauties, this Gypsy Autumn Event at Saffron is for you! Saffron is celebrating its 4-year anniversary from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. so come shop and congratulate them on a great four years in Royal Oak. Door prizes and Henna by Ava will be happening all evening.

 

Saffron is located at 308 W. Fourth St., in Royal Oak.

 

Live.Work.Detroit. | Friday, October 14

Live.Work.Detroit. is back and current college students and aspiring entrepreneurs are invited to attend from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at St. Andrews Hall. Sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and hosted by D:hive, Live.Work.Detroit. is an informative career event where participants are invited to hear about young Detroit professionals and an array of local employers. The event consists of networking opportunities, a keynote presentation by Eric Larson, CEO of Downtown Detroit Partnership, and an Insider Tour with the Detroit Experience Factory. Registration costs $15 and the fee covers dinner, a tour of the city and round trip bus transportation made available from University of Detroit Mercy, Michigan State University, University of Michigan and Wayne State University.

 

St. Andrews Hall is located at 431 E. Congress St., in Detroit. To register, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/liveworkdetroit-october-24th-2014-tickets-12692669115.

 

Smythe Show | Thursday, October 23 and Friday, October 24

Smythe is a line of flawlessly tailored jackets, blazers and coats in nostalgic colors, textures and prints and they are at SHE in Bloomfield Hills! If you’re into traditional menswear tailoring details or just in the market for a new blazer, stop by SHE in Bloomfield Hills and browse the collection.

 

SHE is located at 4076 W Maple Road, in Bloomfield Hills.

 

Lingerie Love Affair | Friday, October 24 and Saturday October 25

Find the hottest lingerie looks with the help of your own certified fit stylist at the Lingerie Love Affair event at Nordstrom at the Somerset Collection, Twelve Oaks and The Mall at Partridge Creek. When select bras are purchased during the event, $2 will go to the Young Survivors Coalition.

 

Fall Vintage Masquerade | Saturday, October 25

Celebrate the season at the Fall Vintage Masquerade with Norah’s Vintage Loft, Betty’s Girls Vintage & Vogue, Old Soul Thrift & Vintage, The Natural Market and other vintage collectors and vendors. Starting at noon at the Russell Industrial Center, shop until you drop and enjoy fall-inspired libations crafted by Drinks On Us. A fashion show hosted by Piper Carter will begin at 8 p.m. and immediately following is the masquerade party. Cover is $5 for the day and masks are encouraged.

 

The Russell Industrial Center is located at 1600 Clay St., Building 3, in Detroit. For more information, contact Norah’s Vintage Loft at 313.656.8774.

 

Beauty for Breast Cancer | Saturday, October 25

Trish McEvoy consultants will be at Talulah Belle from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. spilling makeup secrets and giving you the holiday-season glow you have been craving. Stroll, sip and shop the day away, with 10% of the proceeds going to The Pink Fund. Free beauty bonuses feature Butter London Nail Lacquer and Trish McEvoy lip color.

 

Reserve your spot for your own makeup consultation by calling 248.453.5054. Talulah Belle is located at 307 S. Main St., in Rochester.

 

All Things Detroit III | Sunday, October 26

Small business owners, artists, instructors and other creative artisans unite to network with consumers and to support the local business community. All Things Detroit III will showcase locally made products from more than 60 vendors and businesses. Attendees can browse Detroit-themed artwork, jam to local music and participate in interactive demonstrations. Raffles and giveaways will be happening from 3 p.m. on and admission is $5.

 

All Things Detroit is located at Eastern Market Corporation in shed three. Eastern Market is located at 2934 Russell St., in Detroit.

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