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GLENDALE—The next installment of Americana at Brand's blogger series is this Thursday, March 29. From 6 to 9pm, join LA-based jewelry designer Luv Aj and the bloggers of Honestly WTF at Urban Outfitters for a night of DIY projects and bauble browsing. In addition to making Luv AJ body chains and hand pieces (for free!) using old chains, Honestly WTF will be on-hand to conduct a cool DIY T-shirt session (bring in an old tee for this portion). RSVP to events@carusoaffiliated.com. [Racked Inbox]

BEVERLY CENTER—In honor of the upcoming 2012 Turner Classic Movies Festival in Hollywood (April 12-15), this Wednesday, March 28, TCM and Bloomingdale’s at Beverly Center invite style and film fans to Style in the Movies: A Celebration of Costume Design. This two-hour event will feature a costume discussion with Deborah Nadoolman Landis (director of the UCLA David C. Copley Center for Costume Design) and Booth Moore (fashion critic for the Los Angeles Times), as well as drinks, treats, and beauty makeovers. Call 310-985-6246 by tonight to reserve your spot. [Racked Inbox]

HOLLYWOOD—If you didn't have a chance to hit up one of the many LAFW events that occurred this month, you can make up for it this Saturday, March 31. From 9 to 11pm, fashion blogger turned designer Isaiah Garza will be presenting his spring/summer 2012 collection at Agency Hollywood (6021 Hollywood Blvd). In addition to drinks and dancing (it is a nightclub, after all) the event will feature merch from My Closet Italia. RSVP to Isaiah@fashionmunster.com to get on the list. [Racked Inbox]