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SILVER LAKE: Next weekend, we'll all get a chance to see jewelry designer Anna Sheffield's low-priced Target line in person—but this weekend, we can get a firsthand look at the main line that inspired it. The designer will be holding a trunk show at the 2headedhorse Gallery (1770 Glendale Blvd) on Sunday, where she'll be unveiling her latest Bing Bang collection. Stop by between 1pm and 7pm for the charm-laden loveliness. [RackedWire]
DOWNTOWN: In other weekend trunk show action, Boos & Besito is inviting fans to shop their latest collection on Saturday from 2pm-6pm—one that actually hasn't been released yet. Not only will guests encounter fanciful hair bows, oversized scarves and statement necklaces, but they'll also be privy to mini-makeovers and networking with like-minded fashion types. RSVP here if you want to join in (112 W 9th Street, Suite 635). [RackedWire]
SANTA MONICA: And, finally, one for the gentlemen. Tomorrow, Ron Robinson (500 Broadway), will fete the launch of new shirt line Freedman—but wait, there's more! A group of artists have been enlisted to create work based on the brand's sunburst logo, all of which will form the basis of a window display and be auctioned off to benefit children's charity Art of Elysium—Luthier Bill Asher, artist Jason Yates and musician Ben Harper have donated guitars, and artist Dave Dickey has hand-painted two Freedman shirts. And no, the guitar links aren't coincidental— designer Randy Freedman formerly worked as a guitar technician to the stars, making us curious about who the event's "special musical guest" will be. Find out between 2pm and 6pm. [RackedWire]