Jewelry designer Brandy McNair, of Norman, said she looks forward to participating in Deluxe each year, to see her customers in person and meet new customers.
“I don't have a storefront. Most of my sales come from shows such as Deluxe,” said McNair, whose shop is called Bella Vita Jewelry.
New this year is the show's first major fundraiser, an Oklahoma City coloring book. More than 35 artists, designers and students donated illustrations of unique Oklahoma City attractions for the book, which sells for $10 at the show, as well as area retailers including Shop Good, Green Bambino and DNA Galleries.
In addition to artists, the show hosts local nonprofit groups to recruit volunteers. Entertainment includes live music, a graffiti demonstration and a break dancing competition at 3 p.m.
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