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Teen Vogue's Back to School Saturday focuses on fashion

August 09, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Shopping for fashion will be in focus on Teen Vogue's Back to School Saturday.
Shopping for fashion will be in focus on Teen Vogue's Back to School… (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles…)

Saturday has been designated as Teen Vogue's Back to School Saturday at 100 shopping centers across the country. Participating malls will have fashion events including runway shows, fashion pop-up displays, shopping parties and special promotions.

Among the participating local malls are the Grove in Los Angeles, Irvine Spectrum in Irvine, Nordstrom and Top Shop at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa and Macy's at the Shops at Montebello and in Sherman Oaks.

For a complete list, check the Teen Vogue Back to School events website.


Burning Torch boutique plans to host a book signing and charity shopping event from 6  to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Author Vish Iyer is scheduled to sign copies of his book "Yoga & Love," which is about how yoga can help find romantic love. The first three people who buy the book will receive a free coaching session with Iyer. In addition, 30% of the proceeds from Burning Torch sales in-store and online on Wednesday are to be donated to Yoga Gives Back, a nonprofit organization focused on alleviating poverty in India. Burning Torch is at 1627 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice. 


Lashfully is expanding its custom lash service to include a mobile Lash & Dash option that brings the salon to you. The mobile service may be an enticing option for bridal parties or those getting prepped for other formal events. For more information, contact Lashfully at


En Soie, the Swiss fashion house known for artist-designed silk scarves, clothes, jewelry and ceramics, has opened a Los Angeles boutique at 3333 Sunset Blvd. in Silver Lake Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For information, call (323) 662-0985.


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