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Shopping and Fashion Events for the Week of December 10
Here's our weekly roundup of everything from local trunk shows to sales to fashion and shopping events. By Lauren Canacari
Comments () | Published December 10, 2007
Check out this Bonnie Love event and get $10 hand-massage manicures and $15 blowouts and mini facials while enjoying free Champagne, chocolate, and hors d’oeuvres. Make reservations by e-mailing bonnielove@prscene.com.

PR at Partners
1001 G St., NW
202-737-0909
December 11, 6:30-9:30

Saks Fifth Avenue is hosting a Giorgio Armani trunk show. Also stop by Saks to preview the Roberto Coin jewelry collection.

Saks Fifth Avenue
5555 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase
240-497-5292

Giorgio Armani Trunk Show
December 12
Roberto Coin
December 14 and 24

Lagos trunk show at Neiman Marcus.

Neiman Marcus
2255 International Dr., McLean
703-761-1600
December 13, 10 to 4

Take your dog to Bloomingdale’s for the Haute Holidays for the Hounds event sponsored by Juicy Crittoure (the new pet line from Juicy Couture). Take advantage of puppy pampering, gourmet treats, and photos with Santa Claus. All proceeds benefit the Washington Humane Society.

Bloomingdale’s
5300 Western Ave., Chevy Chase
240-744-3700
December 15, 1 to 4

The National Jeans Company is having a sale every day this week. On Monday, enter to win a $400 shopping spree. Donate a pair of jeans to charity on Tuesday and receive 20 percent off new denim. On Wednesday, activewear is 15 percent off; Thursday, all sweaters are 15 off; and Friday, accessories are 20 percent off. Saturday, shoppers who buy one pair of jeans get 50 percent off their second pair. Sunday, $100 gift cards will be $80.

National Jeans Company
7301 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda
202-255-6052

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