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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]
Tuesday, June 18
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.