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Besides the influx of Cherry Blossom tourists, Washington also hosted high society for the Opera Ball, Calvin Harris at Echostage, Sumeria Group at the Sphinx Club and more over the weekend:
A longstanding Georgetown favorite on the music scene, DJ Matt Winter is quickly becoming one of the most popular DJs in DC. What started a few years back as a hobby at friends' parties on Georgetown's campus has since expanded far beyond the Healy Gates.
Matt started spinning at campus parties a couple of years ago, but today he djs all over the East Coast. He single-handedly revitalized Modern Lounge by transforming it into a Thursday night hotspot for Georgetown students. Lately he's been bringing the house down at the best-known clubs in town - he was the one responsible for Shadow Room's biggest night in four years and played Josephine in association with Glow events this past Friday - and he's not planning on stopping there. More»
Find out when and where the weekend's best parties are happening! For more great events, make sure to check out our Calendar Page.
On Saturday, VoyVoy cofounder and our own Hot Hundred list's Nat Disston invited us back to Eden Lounge to celebrate the release of VoyVoy's new Winter/Spring line of clothing out this month. VoyVoy's first DC event was so much fun that we couldn't wait to see what was in store for the second bash.
While Georgetown students are known for their SAT scores and packed agendas, they're also adding to their social resumes, carrying some of the best trends, throwing some of the wildest parties and definitely leaving their mark on the District.
Now that we've all worn out our NYE sequins, watched the ball drop, and officially accepted that our 2012 resolutions will soon be broken, its time to decide what is headed front-and-center in the new year...and what will be buried in the 2011 graveyard.
Photo from VoyVoy's Welcome Back Bash
It's been a great autumn, DC. Let's look back on the 10 best party pictures from fall 2011 before the December Bender begins:
View more pictures from this party HERE and TAG your friends!
Eden's rooftop was packed with some seriously smoking hot Georgetown seniors and friends for a party for Nat Disston's VoyVoy clothing line. VoyVoy has been quickly gaining popularity since it was originally founded over a year and a half ago. Now, their howler monkey logo has been spotted all over the country, including on preppy/casual college campuses like Elon, Rollins, and Georgetown.
VoyVoy is all about healthy living, subtle style, and good taste--the company donates a part of their profits to ecological programs! The cotton in their clothing is harvested by hand, and knit using environmentally neutral dyes.
[DJ Matt Winter and Brikstah were spinning disks until 2 am]
[Those that didn't already have VoyVoy hats bought them at the door as they walked in]
[Why pop your collar when you can pop your pocket?]
[VoyVoy founder Nat Disston]
[Laura Fels, Alex Kloppenburg, and Guest of a Guest's Alexa Lombardo]
Fashion and fun are coming together for one night at Eden Lounge this Thursday, 1716 I ("Eye") Street NW. More»
Wednesday, June 19
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.