Briefs: Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame Nominees Sought

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Briefs: Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame Nominees Sought


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Nominations are being accepted for the third annual Pittsburgh Fashion Hall of Fame at Pittsburgh Fashion Week planned for the fall.

Pittsburgh Fashion Week is looking for individuals who have impacted Pittsburgh through fashion, style and beauty. The public is invited to nominate anyone with roots in Pittsburgh. Nominees will be evaluated based on longevity and significance of contribution in the general area of fashion or beauty and must have at least 10 years in the industry.

The winners will be inducted at a luncheon on the last day of the event, Sept. 30, at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Downtown. Nominations must include why the person is deserving and the contact information for the nominee due by Feb. 15.

Submit via e-mail at halloffame@pittsburghfashionweek.com or mail to Pittsburgh Fashion Week. PO Box 17947, Pittsburgh, PA 15235- 7947. Details: www.pittsburghfashionweek.com.

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