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Carolina Herrera and other designers highlight trunk shows

Vermillion welcomes new collections from legendary designer Carolina Herrera to the store for a trunk show, July 25-26. During the show, the North Hills boutique will debut pieces from the designer’s 2019 resort collection.
Vermillion welcomes new collections from legendary designer Carolina Herrera to the store for a trunk show, July 25-26. During the show, the North Hills boutique will debut pieces from the designer’s 2019 resort collection.

A spate of trunk shows bring designer dresses, diamonds and more to Triangle shoppers this week. Here’s the skinny:

Vermillion welcomes new collections from legendary designer Carolina Herrera to the store for a trunk show, July 25-26. During the show, the North Hills boutique will debut pieces from the designer’s 2019 resort collection. Attendees also can shop gowns and clothing from the label’s spring and pre-fall collections, available for immediate purchase. To schedule an appointment, call 919-787-9780. All appointments booked will be entered to win a $500 credit toward trunk show purchases.

Brides-to-be can find the finishing touch to their wedding look at Traditions Bridal’s Toni Federici trunk show, through July 28. The show features multiple styles of Federici’s veils, which are handmade in America. To make an appointment, call 919-783-8652.

Destination Diamonds in Crabtree Valley Mall hosts a Designer Showcase July 27-29. The event features jewelry from designers such as Gottlieb & Sons, Kirk Kara, Christian Bauer and Simon G., among others. Shoppers can enjoy hors d’oeuvres from Sullivan’s Steakhouse on Friday, 5-7 p.m. For more info, call 919-571-2881.

Sidewalk Sale

North Hills’ summer sidewalk sale wraps up July 22. Shoppers can score up to 75 percent off clothing, accessories and more from shopping center merchants, and they also can enter to win a $500 shopping spree. To learn more and enter the contest, check out visitnorthhills.com.

Urban Vintage Market

The Urban Vintage market returns to downtown Raleigh July 27-28, at All Saints Chapel. The market features vintage clothing and accessories in a range of styles and sizes. The market is open 6-9 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is free. For more details, visit thehandmademarket.com.

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