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Compared to many celebrity events, dressing for the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner and parties are challenging because one must be trendy and conservative at the same time. Karen Klopp of What2WearWhere.com pulled looks from Saks for the cocktail parties, brunches, dinner and after-parties that will take over our social calendars for the next few days:
Ladies: STILL don't know what you are wearing for Halloween? Here are 5 Halloween costumes you might have right in your closet, with the help of our friends at What2WearWhere.com:
Saturday was the 28th Annual Harriman Cup, the annual polo match between Yale and the University of Virginia. Hundreds of alumni from the schools donned their school colors at Meadowbrook Polo Club in Old Westbury, Long Island. In the end, the match was a victory for UVA, 6-5. More»
The American Cancer Society (ACS) Metro DC and the Benefit Committee are putting together a fashion event next week: Cure by Design DC Fashion Benefit, honoring cancer survivor models, who demonstrate every day the progress being made in the fight against cancer and a message of hope for a cure. More»
At What2WearWhere, we’re loving these printed bottoms for a cool summer look. Just pair with a great white shirt or tee, some flip flops, flats or wedges and you will have it made in the shade. Whether you are the in the mood for florals, pastels, patterned, or overdyed, these pants will look so fresh all day. By night, pair them with a strappy sandal or platform and a crisp tunic – add a statement necklace for a totally chic and put-together vibe. Click through to see our favorite picks... More»
We're not known for being the best dressed city (actually, we're known for being the worst) so I've enlisted the help of our friends at What2WearWhere.com for the perfect outfit for this weekend's super glamorous and ultra-Washington Meridian Ball. 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.