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BACK BAY—Closing out Boston Fashion Week will be a newbie pop-up shop titled The Fashion Bazaar at swanky co-working space Oficio (30 Newbury Street, Third Floor). From 11am to 5pm, visitors may shop jewelry, clothing, beauty products, and more from local indie designers. [Racked Inbox]

BEACON HILLNordstrom will take over the Fashionably Late catwalk at the Liberty Hotel tomorrow night, as well as the lobby with a dress-focused pop-up shop and cosmetics station from 8pm onward. The fall fashion show will begin at 10pm, and stylists can work with you to find the perfect look at 11pm. [RackedWire]

BROOKLINE—Newly revamped salon HC Studio on Station Street in Brookline welcomes clients to a blow dry workshop next Monday, October 7. The hands-on class encourages you to bring all those challenging hair gadgets and mysterious products (what on earth does a hair powder do?) to receive a lesson in how to properly blowout your hair. The $50 class is run by Jen Tawa (stylist working on the NYFW shows for The Row, Libertine, and Theory), with that $50 being immediately redeemable in merchandise credit. Call to register: (617) 713-3636. [Racked Inbox]

BURLINGTON—Friday evening and Saturday afternoon, Simon Fashion Now sets up at the Burlington Mall for a couple days of styling and runway presentations, punctuated by "The Pink Project." This Design Wars show begins at 12pm, with local fashion students competing to create pink garments for models from the Ellie Fund—all of which are cancer survivors, volunteers, or have strong connection to Breast Cancer Awareness. The looks will be judged by a panel of local style personalities. [Racked Inbox]