This Valentine's weekend event provides a fun occasion to break from the midwinter gray and enjoy colorful company, refreshments, and unique wearables. Neile Cooper of Sparta will display her unique and colorful heirloom jewelry preserving real butterfly wings in hand-cut glass. Robin Lennon of Newton designs striking and uncommon women's artwear that reflects the artist's passion for combining texture, pattern, and color. Melissa Montimurro of Layton creates original, one-of-a-kind hand knitted and crocheted clothing, embellished in vintage and handmade adornments. In addition to women's clothing and jewelry, there will also be a selection of men's clothing. Peters Valley Gallery in Layton, NJ. February 11-12, 2017 from 12:00pm-4:00pm. FASHION SHOW on Saturday at 2:00pm.
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