White House Black Market has launched an online Wedding and Event Boutique at Whbm.com.
The star of the collection is the Genius dress, a convertible style, available in two lengths: a gown ($160) and a fit-and-flare silhouette ($140).
It can be worn sleeveless, with a draped sleeve, a cinched halter or with one shoulder. Twelve shades are available, including the company's signature black and white. Shipping and returns are free.
The boutique also includes coordinating sash belts, shoes and accessories. Prices for accessories range from $30 to $130.
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■ Fáilte, at 113 South Upper Street, now carries Irish Fairy Doors. Each door is $25.99 and comes with a glass bottle containing a tiny key and wooden stepping stones.
The store also carries Fairy Door accessories including door mats, wall decals, clothes lines and fairy dust. Call (859) 381-1498 or go to Lexirish.com.
■ The Athens Schoolhouse Antiques Show, 6270 Athens-Walnut Hill Pike, is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Antiques expert Dianne Mink will speak about vintage jewelry at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Admission is $2, free for ages 11 and younger. Call (859) 255-7309 or go to Antiqueskentucky.com.
■ Debbie Chamblin, former owner of Belle Maison Antiques and Trillium, has partnered with interior designer Mia Jones, to form Chamblin Jones, an interior design firm offering residential and commercial services.
The business, located at 525 West Short Street, also offers an art gallery featuring contemporary works from local, national and international artists. Call (859) 255-1010 or go to Chamblinjones.com.
■ Celebrity stylist Carson Kressley will serve as emcee at the Runway and Rescue Fashion Show, 6 p.m. March 14 at the Frazier History Museum in Louisville.
The evening, hosted by Rodes of Louisville, will feature men's and women's fashions, food, wine and shopping. A portion of the proceeds will go to the American Saddlebred Museum and Saddlebred Rescue.
Tickets are $75 to $125. Call (859) 259-2746, Ext. 305 or go to Asbmuseum.org.
■ Carl Meyers, 111 Clay Avenue, is rolling out spring fashions with a trunk show Friday and Saturday from a new collection.
Buchanan & Kang features women's clothing with modern silhouettes made in the U.S. using European fabric.