I almost never re-post my weekly Boston Herald Style Calendar, but I love Horror Business and the first item is pretty cool. Go to it...
DEPECHE MODE MERR: Bummed that “Mad Men” recently wrapped up its season and need a fix of sexy and stylish retro ladies fashions? Head to Allston alternative boutique Horror Business this weekend for an exclusive in-store shopping event featuring New Hampshire-based Mode Merr Clothing. From vamp dresses to Gal Friday jackets, it’s Betty Draper with a few dashes of Bettie Page. Horror Business, 77 Harvard Ave., Allston; Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m., call 617-562-0666 for store information or go to modemerr.com.
STYLE NOTES: Envi Echo Fashion Boutique at 134 Beach St. is hosting an open studio Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m., featuring new arrivals from Stewart & Brown, Covet, Edun and more, with past season merchandise up to 80 percent off. Call 617-423-3684 for details. ... Tiffany & Co. is celebrating 25 years in Boston by bringing pieces from the Jean Schlumberger Collection to its Copley Place location until Sunday. ... With the help of One Warm Coat, Barbour at 134 Newbury St. is hosting a holiday coat drive beginning Sunday, offering 25 percent off each purchase with every coat donation. The drive benefits the Boston Health Care For the Homeless Program. Call 617-375-7829 for details.
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