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Where & When: Fashion Edition

A large-scale fashion swap, trunk shows, and more fun fashion events for the week(end).

Monday, July 13
Snag designer clothes by names such as Ports 1961, Elizabeth and James, Matt & Nat, and Dilbar for up to 60 percent off at Sangaree’s summer sale. The merchandise was marked down over the weekend, but the great deals go until it’s all gone. Shop fast for the best selection. 3288 M St., NW; 202-333-4690.

Practice safe skin care with the opening of Swiss brand Alchimie Forever’s new Washington location. Although the line has been based in Washington for some time, the company finally launched a retail location on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown, stocking its signature creams, lotions, and potions as well as a small treatment room for the signature facials. 1010 Wisconsin Ave., NW; 202-530-3930; alchimie-forever.com.

Friday, July 17

Shop for a cause at Equinox Fitness this weekend during a trunk show and sale to support Sporting Generosity, a company that donates all of its profits to charity. Bring in gently used clothing (athletic or otherwise) to receive 20 percent off your purchase. Today and Saturday. 8065 Leesburg Pike, Vienna; 703-709-6193; sportinggenerosity.com.

Saturday, July 18
Consign for a cause on Saturday during a large-scale fashion swap. At this event sponsored by Fashion Fights Poverty, guests can consign their merchandise with Current Boutique or swap with other guests. On-site styling demos by PR at Partners and hair treatments from Phyto will be available. Those who choose not to consign unswapped items are encouraged to donate to Covenant House. Any unswapped items at the end of the event will be donated. All entrants must bring at least one item. Noon to 5 PM. Mayflower Hotel. 1127 Connecticut Ave., NW; 202-756-4837; fashionfightspoverty.org. RSVP to rsvp@fashionfightspoverty.org.

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