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Fashion Agenda: Bethesda’s Glow on the Row, Plenty of Trunk Shows
Your guide to this week’s most stylish events. By Michelle Thomas
Capwell + Co's jewelry will be featured in a trunk show at Periwinkle this weekend. Photo via Capwell + CO's Facebook page.
Comments () | Published October 29, 2013

Morra Designs Trunk Show at Ella Rue
The consignment boutique hosts a trunk show featuring the jewelry of Morra Designs. Shop the line’s latest baubles and browse the store’s pre-loved goodies—10 percent of all sales that day will go to Hyde School. There’ll be sweets and treats on hand, too. Wednesday 10 to 7. Ella Rue, 3236 P St., NW.

Two Trunk Shows at Periwinkle
Two of the boutique’s locations hold trunk shows this weekend: Anni Kuan’s polished workwear is featured at Potomac Greens, and Capwell + CO’s playful statement baubles head to the Shirlington shop. Friday through Sunday. Periwinkle, 1557 Potomac Greens Dr., Alexandria.

Glow on the Row
Bethesda’s best shopping district kicks off its first beauty-focused event, with nearly 20 in-store events, discounts, giveaways, and gifts with purchase. A few highlights: Bluemercury hosts a Trish McEvoy event, with a freebie for any $75 brand purchase; the first 100 guests at Drybar get a mini mousse; Ginger offers a Stila gift with purchase; and Sassanova hosts Metropolitan Thread’s Kendal Stopak. Check out the complete list of festivities on the website. The first 100 shoppers to show up to Bethesda Row receive a free cosmetic bag, and the day is punctuated by a meet-and-greet cocktail party at Redwood with the Newsbabes, the breast cancer charity featuring Washington’s top female news anchors. Saturday 1 to 5. Bethesda Row.

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