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Five More Fashion Events in Denver in April

Spring fashion events keep popping up, everything from fashion shows to flea markets. Here are five more events to put on your calendar for the end of April.   

5. Wine Wednesday at Whorl Shop 
5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 22
Whorl Shop 
3326 Tejon Street

Wine Wednesday at Whorl Shop is back. Whorl, a Best of Denver 2015, winner, loves to host in-house events and threw its first Wine Wednesday back in December. Stop by the store for a special sale, as well as wine and delicious treats by Sweet Macarons. Shop and eat it up! Click here for more information. 

4. Collina Strada Pop-Up Shop at Goldyn 
5 to 8 p.m, Thursday, April 23
Goldyn Boutique 
2040 West 30th Avenue

Goldyn is hosting  a Collina Strada pop-up trunk show that gives shoppers the unique opportunity to meet the designer behind the line, Hillary Taymour, while browsing her minimalist-chic collection of ready-to-wear and handbags. Distinguished by high-end construction and tailored shapes, each piece is handmade in New York City. Taymour will attend the in-store cocktail reception on April 23 with her dog, Powwow, and the full collection will remain in-store through April 26. Click here for more details. 

3. Paul Mitchell Hair Show 
5 to 8 p.m, Sunday, April 26
Fado's Irish Pub
1735 19th Street
Every year thousands of staff members from Paul Mitchell Schools donate their time and talent to support a number of charitable causes. Over the past eleven years Paul Mitchell's three-month-long fundraising campaign has raised over $13 million through fashion shows, bake sales, cut-a-thons and grassroots outreach. At this show, you'll see some awesome hairstyles while contributing to charities like the Magic Johnson Foundation and the Cancer Schmancer Foundation. Get your ticket here. 

2. U.N.I.T.Y Fashion Showcase
6 to 9 p.m, Saturday, April 25
Mix Hookah Lounge
3124 South Parker Road

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The Haus of Von Leeche & Sullivan invite you to the U.N.I.T.Y. Fashion Showcase, part of a trio of weekend events that include an an art show at X-Bar on April 24. U.N.I.T.Y. is a collaborative effort between The Haus's Michael Sullivan and Shatara Wright. Come see fashions and enjoy food, drinks and even hookah. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

1. Denver Fashion Week S/S 2015 Day One
7 to 10 p.m, Wednesday, April 29
City Hall Event Center
1144 Broadway 

Denver Fashion Weekend Spring 2015 kicks off with the 303 Awards. Last year the magazine introduced the Colorado Hairstyling Awards; now it's expanding the event to the Southwest Hairstyling Awards, involving surrounding states in the nomination process. The winners will be announced at the award show on Wednesday, April 29, where the magazine recognizes local artists, street artists, restaurants, boutiques, designers and more. DFW starts April 29, and runs through May 3. Whorl Shop will partner with Three Cutters Salon and True Love Shoes for the 2015 Hair Show; Whorl will also have a pop-up shop at 303 Denver Fashion Weekend. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

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