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Macrame and Ceramics Tutorial in Canoga Park; RH Modern Ribbon Cutting in WeHo; More!

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

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CANOGA PARKNathan Turner's American Style outpost the Village at Westfield Topanga (6600 Topanga Canyon Boulevard) has already become a design hub in the short time the new outdoor shopping center has been in existence. Friday brings guests yet another opportunity to dress up your home—DIY style. From 3-7pm the pop-up hosts free macrame and ceramics demonstrations. Weaving techniques will be taught by Reform Fibers' Elise Goodwin and William Reardon of New York Stoneware will offer tips for working with ceramics. Attendees will also be treated to refreshing beverages from a complimentary lemonade stand.

WEST HOLLYWOOD—The West Hollywood Design District welcomes a slick new home decor retailer when Restoration Hardware opens its first stand-alone RH Modern Gallery (8772 Beverly Boulevard) this Friday. The modern lifestyle store, which will stock beautifully minimal, top-notch tableware, drapery, lighting fixtures, accents, and much more, opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11am. Afterwards, the public can explore the space and the well-designed treasures inside—most of which were created via collaborations with internationally renowned artists.

FAIRFAXNordstrom at The Grove (189 The Grove Drive) continues its Beauty Trend Week events Friday with an Anastasia master classes in contouring (featuring the brow brand's coveted cream kit) at 2pm and 5pm, Shiseido spa room facials from 11am-7pm, and customized facial treatments from Philosophy. Check in with a beauty expert in the store for full details.