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John Wind Brings His Vintage-Style Jewelry to Biltmore Fashion Park

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There's a good chance that, even if you aren't sure who jewelry designer John Wind is, you've seen his work.

Girly and vintage-inspired pieces from the Philadelphia-based accessory artist have been featured in InStyle and Oprah's Gift Guide, and Anthropologie carries a selection of his dainty charms.

Wind will bring a selection of his pieces to Biltmore Fashion Park tomorrow for an afternoon trunk show (perfectly suited for checking some gifts off your holiday shopping list).

From 1 to 8 p.m. at Cornelia Park, Wind will be on hand to discuss and sell his pieces.

Shoppers should keep an eye out for personalized items (Wind does a lot of initial engraving), statement-making, yet delicate, feather-embellished bangles, and the slew of retired designs and flea market finds that will be featured in the trunk show.

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