Of course we think Fashion Week is fun, but this runway show redefines the word. Junk Food Art House, your favorite soft tee company, is teaming up with Sony Pictures Animation and Highsnobette.com to reveal a new collection inspired by none other than The Smurfs. "Le Look Smurfette" will be unveiled at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Februrary 13 at 125 West 18th Street. We say, bring on the blue! (Highsnobette)
The Pierre is putting its trust in Parsons graduates to showcase their collections and inspire a cocktail menu with a fitting vibe. Hit up the Taj Hotel's Two E Bar/Lounge during fashion week for a preview, and buy drinks to benefit Save the Garment Center: Made in NYC. The exhibit opens at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 6 and ends with a trunk show from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, February 13. (The Pierre)
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Seychelles and BC Footwear are teaming up to host a party that will really get your toes tapping. Visit the pop-up to shop for shoes and accessories, and get tips from Orly Shani of NBC's Fashion Star. Don't worry, snacks will be provided to keep your energy up. The one day event is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5 at 730 Fifth Avenue, Suite 607. (Seychelles Footwear)
BaubleBar is celebrating its two-year anniversary for the next two weeks with a pop-up shop that sounds too cool to be true. At BaubleBar Unwrapped, you can get your hands on some serious merchandise, attend styling sessions, and visit the "present wall" for special treats and gifts. Get your sparkle on from now until February 16 at 344 West 14 Street. (BaubleBar)
This month, jcp cares, jcpenny's charity program, is partnering with Dress for Success, a nonprofit that provides working women-in-need with businesslike attire. Customers are invited to round up their purchases, and the difference will be contributed to the cause. Can't get to a jcpenny? You've got the same option when you shop online. (jcp.com)
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