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Male fashion bloggers like The Sartorialist, Tommy Ton, and Karl Edwin Guerre have brought about a renaissance in men's ready-to-wear fashion. Guys are embracing the art of dressing well and with purpose. There are a slew of newcomers starting boutiques carrying their own in-house labels and rare designer items that are hard to find in the US. Classic brands like Brooks Brothers and J. Crew are also seeing the value in a specialized, Downtown location for men who are more interested in individual, made-to-measure style. Click through to see our top picks for Downtown menswear boutiques. Whether his style is preppy or urban, surprise the dapper gentleman in your life with something special from one of these shops.
We have all heard the adage, “dogs are a man’s best friend." Well, if that is the case then fashion is certainly a close runner up, as was displayed Saturday when both canine and couture came together to benefit the Washington Humane society at Fashion for Paws. The worthy cause had the National Building Museum filled to the brim with all things fashionable and furry, and all of the guests were there to watch 70 models take the runway accompanied by some seriously decked-out dogs. The models not only looked amazing in outfits provided by Tysons Galleria, but each one also raised at least $5,000 for the Humane Society. Such model humanitarians.
The night was filled with the hottest looks for spring both on and off the runway, and was one of my favorite events this year. Check out who avoided any Fashion Faux Pas at Fashion for Paws and looked exceptionally fabulous at this spring style awakening.
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Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.