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Ah, springtime. Cherry blossoms blooming, birds chirping, white snow falling…the most sensational time of the year. What better way to usher in the nation’s most popular season than the annual Pink Tie Party, which celebrates the 101st National Cherry Blossom Festival? Spring evokes a sense of a fresh start and new possibilities, applied to all areas of our lives including, and most importantly, our wardrobes. It was so encouraging to stroll through a sea of pink and pastels for an evening and finally see the light at the end of this fickle winter tunnel. Even though the weather has been questionable, one thing is certain: the nation’s capital is ready to say goodbye to winter. Here are a few of my favorite outfits from the Pink Tie Party:
When you think of witty banter, eminent unemployment and problems only those in their twenties can understand, Lena Dunham's "Girls" should automatically come to mind. Costume designer Jenn Rogien had the challenge of dressing our four favorite characters in styles that reflect their personalities, without being too obvious. Rogien pulls off the "Girls" look flawlessly, and each character manages to evoke her place in life through what she wears, along with whatever situation she gets into. Click through to shop all four looks, put together based on each character's personal style transformation throughout the seasons.
Last night in Washington, the cast of Downton Abbey partied elegantly sipped champagne at the British Embassy, socialites had a powwow for Malaria at the Huntsmans', toys were collected for the YMCA at Town Hall, and more:
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Socials were spotted all over the Huntsmans' residence in Kalorama for the Malaria No More Young Ambassadors Holiday Party, and the launch of Ashley Taylor Bronczek's WEAR project bracelets. Guests enjoyed light holiday-themed bites and cocktails, a live pianist, and stole peeks at the former Chinese ambassador's family photos (some from his recent run for US President). More»
Last night, the Capital Club held their 20th annual Sinatra Soirée at the National Building Museum. Dashing guys and dolls twirled around to a big band blasting nostalgic tunes decked out in the evening's dress code, a mix of “Summer Ahoy” and “Strong Cocktail.”
After spending the evening perusing the partygoers, I could have used a strong cocktail with all the handsome men and lovely ladies mixing and mingling.
Grab a cocktail, turn on a Sinatra tune and enjoy my top 10 best dressed from Sinatra Soiree, who looked dashing just the way they looked last night.
Even though Krista Johnson recently moved her high-end consignment boutique Ella Rue across the street to a bigger and better space, you don't have to say goodbye to the old location just yet. Before closing up shop in the former home for good, Johnson reopened the doors this past Saturday for a two weekend warehouse sale featuring some seriously discounted designer duds. More»
From H&M's contest for the next big designer to Beyonce's new t-shirt design for the Obama re-election campaign, to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week including a Fashionable Mom Show, to Calvin Klein's rumored break with 21-year-old boyfriend, check out today's fashion files! More»
You don't have to stick to one mundane bikini or one-piece. From neon colors to all-black or white pieces, you can find swimwear that carries different personality. Here are some swimwear looks to help you prepare for the beach, pool parties, exotic vacations and any other summer activities that force you into swimwear! More»
If Nantucket and the other Northeast vacation hotspots hadn't basically claimed the lobster as their unofficial mascot, the Hamptons would be all over that. Considering the amount of beach lobster bakes and clawed creatures downed at restaurants on the East End, we thought it only appropriate to bring you this bikini just covered in them. More»
Tuesday, May 21
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.