Need a reason to splurge on an Assouline tome ? East Passyunk’s adorbs decor and furniture shop, HOME, is hosting an Instagram contest. How to win: Follow @shopHOMEphilly on Instagram, take a photo of your styled coffee table and hashtag it “shopHOMEphillycontest.” The winner scores a sweet gift bag featuring two throw pillows by FermLiving, a Pantone coffee mug, a Bluewick candle, and a ceramic rose magnet (way cooler than it sounds).
AMS Salon kicks off fall with Thursday Happy Hours. Stop by the salon from 4pm to 7pm for complimentary cocktails and, even better, $25 blow-drys (they’re normally around $40). If you’re one of those lucky ladies who can go a day or two without washing your hair, then consider your locks styled for the weekend.
Ellelauri, the clothing line of Philly natives Liz and Laura Rymar, launched a pop-up store at The Shops at Liberty Place. The first-floor shop showcases the label’s fall collection—think tweed, leather and a splash of lace. You’ll also find pieces by other brands, like Paige denim, Wildfox Couture and LA-based Navan. Stop by the pop-up, and convince them to stay there forever.
J. Lo wore a dress that looked like a weird map of the body’s veins. Gross. [People]
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