The Week in Fashion: May 10 - May 14

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Thursday, May 10 Girls Night Out at Loft 22 Grab the girls and head over to this newish boutique in Larimer Square. They’re offering wine and chocolate, eye makeovers, chair massages, prizes, gift certificates and a Lizzie Sarah Jewelry trunk show.

Loft 22 1410 Larimer Street 5 to 7:30 p.m. FREE!

Friday, May 11 Burlesque as It Was: Around the World in 80 Girls Here’s what the girls have to say: “Inspired by the Disney’s ‘It's a Small, Small World’ and World Fairs of the past, Around the World in 80 Girls takes a trip across the globe, riding on a bump, a grind and a wink!”

Lannie’s Clock Tower In the D&F Tower on the 16th Street Mall between Arapahoe and Lawrence streets 7 p.m. doors; 8 p.m. show $20

Saturday, May 12 5 Degrees Warmer Drink and ogle pretty boys and girls and pretty fashion all in the name of global warming? Sign Cat up. This evening’s event is all about showing off 5 Degrees new cabanas and raising awareness and funds for StopGlobalWarming.com. Complimentary Skyy martinis from 8 to 9 p.m. Clothes by The Fabric Lab Styling by Vain Salon and Glow

5 Degrees 1465 Lawrence Show starts promptly at 9 p.m. FREE! (But you can call 303-260-7505 for bottle service)

Sunday, May 13 Breakfast for Boobs Grab mom and indulge in some breakfast for dinner with the Ladies United for the Protection of Endangered Cocktails. They’re waiting tables at HotCakes Diner to raise money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Breast Friends.

HotCakes Diner 1400 East 18th Avenue 5 to 9 p.m. (after party at Rockbar) Donation suggested (in addition to meal price)

Monday, May 14 Jacques Pepin and Barbara Kingsolver Okay, this has nothing to do with fashion, but the man who put up with Julia Child – in good humor, no less – is here in D-town on the same day as Barbara “Mandatory Reading List” Kingsolver. This is some wacky star alignment that Cat fully approves of. She loves them both.

Pepin is at a bunch of events throughout the day (his daughter, Claudine, lives here), but he’ll be at the Tattered Cover on Colfax at 2 p.m. For his full schedule, click here.

Kingsolver is in town stumping for her new memoir Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life. She’ll be at the LoDo Tattered Cover at 7:30 p.m. Plan on arriving around 6:30 p.m. to collect your free ticket since there is limited space.

Happy, happy, joy, joy!!

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