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Pop-up vintage market features artists, vintage works and craft brews

The Pop-Up Raleigh vintage and handmade market will be at Trophy Brewery and Taproom on July 21 with more than 50 artists and craftspeople, as well as vintage vendors.
The Pop-Up Raleigh vintage and handmade market will be at Trophy Brewery and Taproom on July 21 with more than 50 artists and craftspeople, as well as vintage vendors.

The Pop-Up Raleigh vintage and handmade market returns to downtown this week, at Trophy Brewery and Taproom on July 21, noon-5 p.m.

More than 50 artists and craftspeople, as well as vintage vendors, will gather to offer clothing, jewelry, gifts, home goods and more. Vendors include Watermelon Ivy, Quirkygrrrl, Leluna Star, among others. Attendees also can enjoy Trophy beers and food truck goodies. Admission is free, and the event is kid- and pet-friendly. For more info, visit popupraleigh.com.

Beauty Classes

Get the scoop on makeup techniques at two upcoming beauty classes from Sephora. The “Skin Care Solutions with Skin Care IQ” session on July 15 is first at the Crabtree Valley Mall store at 10 a.m. It will help attendees identify their skin type and customize a routine for that type.

At the Durham store in the Streets at Southpoint, “Flawless Foundation with Color IQ,” on July 20 at 10 a.m., employs the same process to allow attendees find a foundation that matches their skin, while also teaching application tips to prep and prime their skin. Both sessions are free, but attendees must sign up for Sephora’s free Beauty Insider program to register. For details, visit sephora.com.

Personal Shoppers

Crabtree Valley Mall launches its personal shopper program with a Meet the Stylist event on July 19, 4-6 p.m., at Ann Taylor. Attendees can meet the mall’s two personal shoppers — stylists Claire Roberts and April Clark. There also will be wardrobing demonstrations and food and drink from Seasons 52. For more information, visit crabtree-valley-mall.com/events/meet-personal-shopper.

Consignment Sale

Parents can score deals on new and gently used children’s clothing and gear at the Kids Exchange Consignment Sale, July 20-22, at the N.C. State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. Half-price day will be July 22, with all remaining items discounted 50 percent. Admission is free, but attendees must register online at kxconsignment.com/raleigh/shopping.

Vert & Vogue happenings

Durham boutique Vert & Vogue has partnered with local artist Stacy Lynn Waddell for an exhibition of her art in-store, through August 10. The pieces will be available for purchase, and boutique clients also can commission portraits by Waddell. For more info, call 919-797-2767.

On July 20, 5:30-6:30 p.m., the boutique hosts its monthly Happy Hour, featuring author and entrepreneur David Baldwin. Baldwin is the founder and CEO of ad agency Baldwin&, co-founder of Ponysaurus Brewing and author of the book, “The Belief Economy: How to Give a Damn, Stop Selling and Create Buy-In.”

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