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Fashion events today and Thursday at Balliets

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A Wilt clothing pop-up shop and Loeffler Randall shoe trunk show are planned Wednesday and Thursday at Balliets at Classen Curve.

Wilt is known for its beautifully shaped, uncomplicated T-shirts.

It was in 2009 that Roxanne Heptner, trained in pattern making and draping, founded Wilt. She wanted to give women a soft, lived-in alternative to what was available. Every garment is draped on the body to get fit and fold. Finishing and color processes give each a special look.

Loeffler Randall shoes.
Loeffler Randall shoes.


Jessie Randall, creative director for Loeffler Randall, said she has always loved shoes and once signed up for dance class just to get a pair of ballet slippers.

She said what makes the brand special is its attention to detail, from the feel of the material to the height of a heel.

In 2005, she created the brand by cutting up her wedding invitation and assembling her middle and last names on the inside of a shoe.

Her husband, Brian, is responsible for business development and finance. He is the company’s chief executive officer.

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Wilt T-shirt.

Wilt T-shirt.

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