Pittsburgh Fashion Week's latest installment of Pop-Up C.O.R.E. project features designer Elaine Healy

Written by Sara Bauknecht on .

Pittsburgh Fashion Week founder and executive director Miyoshi Anderson announced earlier this month that she would be "popping-up" across Pittsburgh, and perhaps beyond, to feature talents in the fashion, style and beauty industries as part of the new Pop-Up Fashion C.O.R.E. (Create Opportunity for Real Exposure) project.

For the first interview, Ms. Anderson met with Pittsburgh-based designer and recent Art Institute of Pittsburgh graduate Elaine Healy in her design studio. The two talked about Ms. Healy's fashion inspirations and shared a peek of her collection.

Check it out in the video above, and keep an eye on Ms. Anderson's Facebook page for the next video installment.

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