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Style Briefs

EVENT: Kristin Davis is scheduled to fete her new Belk clothing line next Thursday with a fashion show at the Blake hotel, 555 S. McDowell St. 6:30 p.m. Event proceeds will go to the Junior League of Charlotte. $30. Tickets are available at Belk SouthPark or online at www.jlcharlotte.org. Details: 704-375-5993.

EVENT: Learn to achieve impeccable skin and flawless makeup and see fall fashion during the Style Event, 7-9 p.m. next Thursday at Jeffre Scott Apothecary – Piper Glen, 6432 Rea Road. There will be skin care and makeup tips from Charlton Alicea and Jeffre Scott and fashion advice from Limjerbou owner Alvaro Novaro and stylist Catherine Horgan. Hors d'oeuvres, drinks and goody bags are included. Must be at least 21 to attend. $35. Reservations required. Details: 704-544-0750; www.mystyle files.com/the-style-event.

STORE OPENING: Children's shoe and accessories store Kixx recently opened in the Parktowne Village Shopping Center in Myers Park. The store features footwear from countries such as Sweden, Italy and Denmark, as well as American lines. Kixx stocks footwear for newborns through teens, with sizes up to 6 for girls and size 7 for boys. 1730 E. Woodlawn Road, Suite G; 704-676-1517.

GRAND OPENING: Uptown bridal boutique Hayden Olivia Bridal is scheduled to hold a grand opening Sept. 18-20. The store plans to feature bridal gowns, custom veils, shoes and accessories with a modern flair. 221 S. Tryon St., above Emerson Joseph; 704.333.0377 or www.haydenolivia.com.

Have news about fashion shows, designer/makeup artist appearances and store openings/closings? Go to events.charlotteobserver.com (no www). Confirm that your event isn't in our calendar database. Click on "Add an Event." Deadline for print: 14 days in

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