Weekend Catwalk: Mobbies and Jewelry at the Walter’s Museum

Ms. Charm’s Chic Nominated for the Mobbies

A few weeks ago, I received an e-mail about being nominated for Baltimore Sun’s The Mobbies 2010 competition.

It’s a weeks-long blog contest on baltimoresun.com during which users can nominate and then vote for Maryland’s Outstanding Blogs.

I have no idea who nominated me, but I really appreciate it!

Now until November 12, you can vote for Ms. Charm’s Chic in the Mobbies category of Art/DYI!

I have no idea what will happen, but all I know is that I am honored to be nominated by Baltimore’s own newspaper, The Baltimore Sun. 🙂


Walter’s Art Museum Brings Fashion to Town

The Women’s Committee of the Walter’s Art Museum will present the Can You See What I See: Jewelry Fair from November 5 to November 7 from  10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission is $10, which includes the entry fee to the Jewelry Fair for the entire weekend. Twenty jewelers will be showcasing traditional to contemporary pieces.

Guess what, there is going to be an opening night party, a fashion show, and a daily scavenger hunt for jewelry hidden around the museum.

Here’s all the cool things going on:


On Friday, November 5  at 8:45 a.m., the Jewelry Box Breakfast and Fashion Show will take place in the Graham Auditorium. The price of the ticket is $35 that includes a continental breakfast and weekend admission fee.

The fashion show will be led by Ray Mitchener, the owner of Baltimore’s Ruth Shaw. Guests will enjoy a light, continental breakfast before the show starts. High school and college students will model jewelry from exhibiting jewerlers.


On Friday, November 5 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Opening Night Cocktail Party will take place in the Sculpture Court.

Tickets are  $75 and includes weekend admission fee. Guest will have the chance to look at jewelry, visit jewelers, and make purchases while enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

Buy your tickets for this weekend long event here.


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