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Stylin': TV host and stylist Clinton Kelly hits Macy's in Durham

CorrespondentJune 4, 2014 

TV host and stylist Clinton Kelly hits Macy’s in Durham Friday.

MACY'S — MACY’S

For all those “What Not to Wear” fans who’ve dreamed of a makeover from host Clinton Kelly – now is your chance. The stylist and television host (who’s also a regular on the syndicated weekday cooking show “The Chew”) will visit Macy’s at the Streets at Southpoint in Durham at 6 p.m. Friday. During the event, Kelly will offer fashion tips and advise attendees on how to wear the latest styles, no matter their size. Customers who spend $100 on women’s clothing or Estee Lauder products during the event will receive an umbrella designed by Kelly. To reserve a seat, visit MacysCKSouthPoint.eventbrite.com to register.

First Friday

Revolver consignment boutique celebrates First Friday with a soiree from 6 to 9 p.m. Festivities include a trunk show featuring jewelry from Curva and handmade wire art by Lisa Lotz, plus free refreshments and music by local acoustic band Strings Attached. Revolver is at 124 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh; 919-834-3053; revolverboutique.com.

Bridal trunk show

Victorian Rose Bridals in Raleigh’s Cameron Village will present the latest collection of wedding gowns from Marisa Bridals in a trunk show Friday through Sunday. To reserve an appointment, call 919-833-1898.

Guy Harvey at Belk

T-shirt designer Guy Harvey will sign autographs and unveil his new ocean-inspired paintings during an event to benefit the Triangle Land Conservancy at Belk Crabtree, 1-3 p.m. Sunday. The first 50 shoppers who spend $50 on Guy Harvey purchases will receive a free poster of his art. A portion of sales will benefit the Triangle Land Conservancy’s efforts to preserve the natural environment of this region.

Salt cave

Skin Sense Spa in Raleigh recently opened a Himalayan salt cave in its location at 6801 Falls of Neuse Road. Clients can receive treatments in the salt cave, which is rich in minerals such as calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium and zinc, to help balance the pH level of the human body, absorb toxins and promote collagen regeneration. Clients can get more information at 919-870-0700.

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