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Where & When: Fashion Edition
Wine and shopping, a Botox party, trunk shows, and more. By McLean Robbins
Comments () | Published October 2, 2009
Thursday, October 1
Botox for a Cause
If you’ve ever wanted to try Botox, now’s your chance. Erwin Gomez Salon & Spa is teaming up with the Metropolitan Institute for Plastic Surgery for the first annual Wrinkle Erase for the Cure. Enjoy Botox for $15 per unit, Juvederm for $450 per syringe, and nonsurgical extras such as chair massage for $1 per minute. A $10 raffle ticket buys you chances to win such goodies as a makeover from Erwin Gomez, an organic spray tan, or a custom corset. The day’s proceeds will be donated to Living Pink, a local breast-cancer-research organization. 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Call 202-785-4187 to RSVP. 2440 M St., NW, Suite 200.

Friday, October 2
For the Men
The U Street, Northwest, boutique Caramel and the urban-cool men’s line Alkemy will host a fall-fashion evening with appetizers from DC Noodles and wine from Best Cellars. All Alkemy clothing will be 20 percent off. E-mail Sarah at contact@caramelfashion.com to RSVP. 6 to 9.

Friday, October 2, and Saturday, October 3
It’s a Miracle
This event has been canceled, but will be rescheduled to a later date. Join designer Mary Jo Pane at Barney’s Co-Op as she shows off her custom-jewelry designs. Pane will take orders for her pieces, which are featured in this moth’s GQ magazine. Friday 11 to 6 in Chevy Chase (5471 Wisconsin Ave.; 301-634-4061) and Saturday 11 to 6 in Georgetown (3040 M St., NW; 202-350-5832). miracleicons.com.

Friday, October 2, through Sunday, October 4
Like Buttah
You won’t want to miss the Butter shoes trunk show this weekend at the Old Town boutique the Shoe Hive. Enjoy 10 percent off all Butter purchases through October 4; on Saturday, Butter designer and owner Lee Reichs will be in the store.

Fierce Fashion
Fashionistas will want to hit Westfield Montgomery Mall (7101 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda; 301-469-6000) this weekend for a chance to mingle with Project Runway alum Christian Siriano as well as celebrity stylists Rebecca Resnick and Wendi & Nicole. Friday and Saturday noon to 8, Sunday noon to 5. Siriano will be on hand Saturday at 1.   

Saturday, October 3
Madam Secretary
Saturday, meet former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright for a signing and cocktail reception for her new book, Read My Pins: Stories From a Diplomat’s Jewel Box, at Neiman Marcus (5300 Wisconsin Ave., NW; 202-274-3911). Enjoy informal modeling and view a special collection of brooches from Verdura, Jose & Marie Barrera, Alexis Bittar, and others as well as an exclusive glimpse at Albright’s personal collection. 5 to 7. Call the store to RSVP. 

Fashion Fit to a Tee
The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner (1700 Tysons Blvd., McLean) continues its Fashion Teas for a Cause series with a presentation from Neiman Marcus and the charity Autism Speaks. Guests will enjoy informal modeling as well as Champagne and sweet bites from pastry chef David Nolan. Featured fashion includes girls’ and boys’ looks from designers including Juicy Couture, Susanna Lively, and Sister Sam plus a Peter Rabbit tea for children under 12. $40 per person, $24 for children. 3 to 5. Call 703-506-4300 to RSVP.

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