Friday, June 18th from 11:30 am until 3:00 pm, the Fairmont Loggia and courtyard garden will become a Royal Ascot-themed park. Croquette will be played. Hats will be donned. Pimm’s Cups will be sipped. And some of the royals’ own favorite fare will be served.
There was all that jazz and enough razzle to dazzle. Society was effervescent, parties were popping, and everything was roaring around the 1920s. And all the while, Marjorie Merriweather Post was not only serving as a trendsetter and tastemaker, but she was collecting enough attire… Read More
Tiny Jewel Box decided that the best way to acknowledge ALL the ick of 2020 was to honor people who have “brought light to the community in the midst of so much darkness.” (Honor = a $1000 Tiny Jewel Box gift certificate!)
National Geographic photojournalist and co-founder of Andeana Hats, Laura Grier is making some special in-person appearances at La Cosecha to showcase her photographic works as well as Peruvian hats and intention bands created by Quechua artisans.
Has spending so much time in your house this Spring made you realize all of the things you’d like to change? This show house with 29 redesigned spaces has all the home design inspiration you could ask for!
“What connects us the most is the love of paper and the love of working with our hands,” says Stina Wirsén, an illustrator who met paper couturier Bea Szenfeld while working for a Swedish newspaper and “fell in love” with her work. In their third… Read More
If you’re the type who hearts heart-shaped jewels, this one’s for you. For only the second stop — after NY’s Bergdorf Goodman — on its tenderness tour, and just in time for Valentine’s Day shopping, the Have a Heart x Muse Pop Up charm collection… Read More
We found the perfect pop-up shop to make you the holiday hero at your last minute Girlfriend Gift Exchange and Secret Santa parties. Indigo Octopus *may* stick around through the new year, but its holiday shop on 14th Street NW arrived just in time to… Read More
Stanley Cup Champion Tom Wilson happened upon INDOCHINO, on his own, back in his hometown of Vancouver, Canada. Since the NHL requires that athletes wear suits on games days, the brand’s made-to-measure offerings were a perfect fit for his needs, and Wilson has often been… Read More
The Balvenie invited DC tastemakers to an exclusive celebration of Craftsmanship and the Art of Making presented by the brand and Billy Reid last week (9/26/19). Guests took part in a special evening “at the intersection of where fashion meets whisky,” which highlighted premium single malt scotch… Read More