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Jon Wilson, host of WCCB-TV’s “Wilson’s World,” is the dude behind Dudeapalooza, a pop-up market of unique items geared toward men, and the women who shop for them. It’s from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery.
Jon Wilson, host of WCCB-TV’s “Wilson’s World,” is the dude behind Dudeapalooza, a pop-up market of unique items geared toward men, and the women who shop for them. It’s from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery. WCCB-TV

N.C. Fashion Association Style Week: Charlotte designers Caleb Clark (Enemy 2 Fashion), Tsvetelina McAuliffe (Tsvety), Kimberly Pixton Millar (Pixton Couture Bridal), Tara Davis (Flow), Ritu Bhat (Ritu Selects) and Keon Brown, plus students from the Art Institute of Charlotte, will offer looks nightly through Saturday at Label House at the NC Music Factory. Details, schedule and tickets: www.ncfashionassociation.com.


Dudeapalooza: Jon Wilson, host of WCCB-TV’s “Wilson’s World,” is the dude behind this pop-up market featuring more than 25 area vendors selling a range of vintage, handmade and found items all aimed toward men.

Items include old car parts turned into lamps, vintage concert and sports T-shirts, original Star Wars figures, beard oils, skateboards, leather wallets, bow ties, old school video games and more. Goodwill’s tech store “The Grid” will be taking donations of old tech items to be recycled securely. Food and beverages are available for purchase and the UNC Tar Heels basketball game will on on the big screen. Free admission. 6-9 p.m. Thursday at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, 4150 Yancey Road.


Verso Event: Verso, a Scandinavian skin care line that’s exclusive to Jeffre Scott, has a special event Saturday, with complimentary facials and skin analyses by appointment. 607 Providence Road. Space is limited. Reservations: 704-339-0010; www.jeffrescott.com.


Prom Project: The nonprofit Girl Talk Foundation is inviting area high school girls to register for the 13th Annual Prom Project, which provides free formal attire to area high school girls. During the Prom Project event day, participating girls can choose a prom dress and accessories at no charge. They also receive lessons on dating safety and social, dining and fashion etiquette. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 11 at ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center uptown. Participants must register by April 9: www.girltalkfoundationinc.com.

Olivia Fortson

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