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Ladies Only: A spring show has been added to the Las Vegas Woman’s Expo and it takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Red Rock Casino in the Red Rock Ballroom. The event highlights the latest trends in fashion and shopping, anti-aging treatments and cosmetics, spa and beauty treatments, food and chocolate, home decor, health and weight loss. The Men of Sapphire will perform and the first 200 women receive complimentary goody bags. Admission is $10 at the door or free tickets can be obtained at lvwomanmagazine.com/expo.

Neimans News: Neiman Marcus hosts the Evening Gown Caravan today through Saturday in Dress Collections. A Zegna Made-to-Measure trunk show takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in The Man’s Store and Monique L’huillier’s fall trunk show happens Monday and Tuesday in the Couture Salon.

Sak it to Me: Saks Fifth Avenue will celebrate its Vegas Dozen 2010: The Men We Love and Why We Love Them at 6 p.m. April 14. Twelve men from various backgrounds and professions who exemplify great personal and professional commitment to the community will be honored with the Vegas Dozen Award. The event benefits Nevada Cancer Institute and some of the honorees include Phil Ruffin, Bob Miller and George Wallace. Tickets are $100 per person to attend the fundraiser. Call 821-0044 to RSVP or e-mail rsvp@nvcancer.org.

Art of Ballet: Mark your calendars. Rosa Lladro, president of Lladro, visits the Lladro boutique at Fashion Show from 5 to 7 p.m. April 28. Rosa will celebrate the art of ballet portrayed in porcelain with the unveiling of the new limited edition sculpture Backstage Ballet. As a gift with purchase, customers will receive a journal featuring the new sculpture on the cover.

Teen Time: Aeropostale Inc. has launched its “Real Teens 2010” contest. Teens from age 13-19 can create an online profile highlighting how they exhibit qualities of an everyday teenager at www.aeropostale.com/realteens. Five photos, a brief questionnaire and answer to why you’re a real teen must be submitted. Eight winners will be selected and receive $5,000 college scholarships and a chance to be featured in Aeropostale’s fall 2010 marketing campaign. Entries will be accepted until April 11.

Say Om: The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas announces weekly yoga and guided meditation classes with Swambi Ramananda, better known as Swamiji and author of “Bliss Now.” Las Vegas residents enjoy a special introductory rate of $35 per person. Join a session at 3 p.m. Wednesdays or at 11 a.m. Saturdays. Space is limited to 12 people per class.

Shoe on This: In partnership with Soles4Souls, Cole Haan will give 20 percent off your entire purchase when you donate your new or gently worn shoes (any brand) at a Cole Haan retail or outlet store, or make a minimum donation of $10 online Friday through Monday.

High Fashion: Lanvin’s first West Coast boutique has opened at Crystals at CityCenter. The 3,000-square-foot boutique is the first U.S. Lanvin store to offer menswear. It also will carry women’s ready-to-wear, accessories and Blanche collections (for brides-to-be). There also will be dolls, stationary and music boxes.

Beauty Buzz: EndlessBeauty.com is a newly launched health and beauty online information source whose slogan is “Look Better, Live Longer.” You’ll find special sections for brides, new moms and women over 50.

Shoe In: The newly launched shoe-shopping Web site MyShoes.com helps you find the perfect pair of shoes at the best price from hundreds of stores. The site also combines the store’s listed price with any coupon codes available so that the “price after coupon” instantly appears. And, the ShoeStylist option customizes styles according to your preferences.

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