Day 2 of Pittsburgh Fashion Week took fashionistas from bargain hunting at lunch hour in Market Square to wining and styling for the annual "ManStyle" show at the Pittsburgh Winery in the Strip District.
If you missed any of the fashionable fun, Post-Gazette photographers Bob Donaldson and Julia Rendlemen were on the scene. See their photographs below.
Day 3 of Pittsburgh Fashion Week continues at 5 p.m. on the fourth floor of Macy's, Downtown, where tips on fall fashions for Pittsburgh professionals will be shared.
PROJECT POP UP: FASHION, MARKET SQUARE
Vintage Valet fashion truck owner Marissa Zimmerman holds the mirror for customer Pam Palmer to see the crocheted vest she's buying.
Lunchtime crowds browse the fashion truck displays.
Style Truck owner Jackie Ging, at right, helps customer Pam Palmer pick out a dress inside Ms. Ging's mobile boutique.
Passersby browse merchandise outside Style Truck.
Photos by Bob Donaldson/Post-Gazette
"MANSTYLE SHOW," PITTSBURGH WINERY
Models spruce up backstage for the runway show.
Jacquay Hosey, 27, of Homewood gets ready backstage.
LaMont Jones serves as emcee for the "ManStyle" show.
Danny Hazlip, 27, of McKees Rocks models what he calls his "always on point" look.
Guest model Vince Sims of WPXI shows off his suit for the crowd.
Kenneth Harper models his "urban nerd chic" ensemble.
Photos by Julia Rendleman/Post-Gazette