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This week's fashion news and events

Written by Sara Bauknecht on .

A roundup of fashion and style-related news and events from Pittsburgh and beyond, featured today in Stylebook: The Blog's weekly print column.

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Trunk show at Orr's Jewelers: Just in time for Valentine's Day, a trunk show Saturday at Orr's Jewelers will feature the Love Always jewelry collection from Phillips House, a favorite among celebs, including Lauren Conrad, Kerry Washington and Zooey Deschanel.

Some accessories include a rose or yellow gold and diamond engraved bracelet, a yellow gold and diamond heart pendant and the double gold-and-diamond bracelets joined by a gold chain, inspired by "Fifty Shades of Grey."

Phillips House jewelry typically ranges from $625 to $12,000. See the star-worthy selections 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday at 5857 Forbes Ave. Information: thephillipshouse.com or www.orrsrocks.com.

ModCloth to hold Plus Fit Fete: The e-commerce fashion site will showcase its plus-size vintage and indie-inspired looks at a style event from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday at Bakery Square. Guests can try on plus-size apparel, get a sneak peek of spring samples and meet ModCloth's plus-size fashion buyer. The first 100 guests will receive a free gift bag. There also will be snacks, a photo booth, drinks for those 21 and older with ID and a complimentary coupon to shop ModCloth.com. To RSVP, visit ModCloth on Facebook.

SAS, Wagner Shoes charity drive: Don't kick old shoes to the curb. SAS Shoes in Monroeville and Tanger Outlet in Washington County and Wagner Shoes in Lawrenceville are collecting old shoes this month for Soles4Souls, a national charity that distributes footwear to people in need. Those who contribute to the collection will receive a $5 discount toward a new pair of shoes.

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