Fashion

Harriett Hendren: Pottery Barn Teen has a new line that grown-ups will like

The Bunny Alarm Clock, $59, is part of the adorable Emily + Meritt Collection at PBTeen.com.
The Bunny Alarm Clock, $59, is part of the adorable Emily + Meritt Collection at PBTeen.com. Courtesy of Pottery Barn Teen.

Celebrity stylists and fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott have created a whimsical selection of home accessories and furniture for Pottery Barn Teen.

Although the store's name says "teen," these smart, chic pieces would look at home in any stylish grown-up abode.

Furniture includes a classy rollback chaise made peppier covered in a fun denim fabric and accented with button tufting.

Accessories include stitched throw pillows, animal bust wall hooks and retro-look alarm clocks with brass bunny ears. Shop at PBTeen.com.

Other shopping news

■ The Oxford Village Arts & Crafts Market is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Oxford Christian Church, 2785 Oxford Village Lane in Georgetown. About 20 vendors will offer handmade items including stained glass, jewelry, woodworking, photography, seasonal decor, honey, artwork and embroidery. Free gift wrapping will be available, food will be sold by the church, and child care will be provided.

■ The Scott County Arts & Cultural Center Gallery in Georgetown will offer a Gallery and Gifts Holiday Market starting Friday through Dec. 21. The center, at 117 North Water Street, is open noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment. Call (502) 570-8366 or go to Artsandculturalcenter.org.

Scout Antique & Modern at 935 Liberty Road will host its annual holiday open house 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Appetizers, drinks and bourbon cheesecake bites topped with ganache by Kiva Johns will be served. Door prizes will include a $100 cash prize. Layaway is available for holiday shopping.

■ The annual Woodland Triangle Open House is Friday through Sunday with businesses offering store specials and refreshments. Participating businesses between East Maxwell Street, High Street, Kentucky Avenue and Woodland Avenue are: Black Market Boutique, Bluetique, Calypso Boutique, Commotions, Decorator Warehouse, La Petite Creperie, Lucia's World Friendly Boutique, Magpie Yarn, Pink Spider and Unique Books.

Also, during the Woodland Wonderland from Friday through Nov. 30, shoppers who visit the 10 participating businesses and have their Woodland Wonderland cards stamped may enter for a chance to win 10 door prizes and two $100 Woodland Wonderland Bucks cards to be used any of the participating businesses.

■ During the Buy 1 & We'll Give 1 program going on through Saturday at Macy's and Macys.com, for every coat bought in the men's, women's, juniors' and children's outerwear departments, the retailer will donate one coat, as many as 30,000 total, to the anti-poverty organization Clothes4Souls. A large selection of coats will be 25 percent off.

  Comments