Del Mar ‘Head to Toe’ Women’s expo to feature fashion, fun, TV stars

The Head to Toe Women’s Expo returns to the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 15, 16 and 17, giving mothers, daughters and girlfriends a chance to run wild during a weekend of inspiration, education and entertainment.

The fun begins with more than 170 exhibits featuring all the luxuries that gals love — apparel, jewelry, handbags, makeup and skin-care products; spa services; health and fitness products; gourmet foods; and designer items and services for the home — plus a fashion show, complimentary wine tasting and a chance to win prizes each day.

This year’s celebrity lineup includes Brenda Strong of “Desperate Housewives,” über-hunk Vincent Irizarry of “All My Children,” season-six Project Runway contestant Gordana Gehlhausen, and some of San Diego’s most celebrated chefs.

The expo’s Baby Bump & Beyond is a special stage segment for expectant moms. Each day, 40 expectant moms will be treated to a baby shower that includes a presentation by a doula or registered nurse that can answer questions about the delivery and recovery process. Each of the expectant moms that attends the shower will receive a spa service courtesy of

The shower is limited to the first 120 expectant moms to register by Monday, April 11 on the shower hotline: 619-491-0677. For more information about the show, visit or call 619-491-0677.

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  5. Expo brings world’s best photographers to Del Mar

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