Join us this Thursday as we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of Wilson Tavern! Come by this Thursday for steep drink specials, Guest of a Guest photographers, bench dancing, and $10 all-you-can-eat crab legs to celebrate 365 days of Wilson Tavern.
Over the weekend, Eva Longoria accepted an award from the YWCA, Lil Jon tore up the Huxley, Dan Savage hosted a book party at the W, socials celebrated new owners of Salon George at the Four Seasons, BYT hosted spandex-clad men at Wonderbread Factory, neon revelers brunched at Policy and more:
In other Lady Clinton news, Carey Mulligan is rumored to be playing her in the much-anticipated biopic. I mean, Mulligan did such a great job playing a rich woman married to an adulterer in The Great Gatsby and I'm sure she can do it again! [Click]
Nicholas Sparks will be doing a reading in DC. Gentlemen, this is the man who has created unrealistic standards for relationships. Do as you wish. [Yays and Nays]
Homegrown handsomes the Morrison Brothers Band have released a new video for their single, Little Miss Whiskey. We all know Willie Morrison's voice sounds like butter melting on a hot biscuit, so watch the video and try not to get jealous of the Maxim model that is dancing all over him (and yes, those are Mason Inn's tables she is grinding him against).
This week in Washington, Wayne Brady and Miss America raised money for at-risk kids, Spa Logic and Britt Ryan opened with parties, Andre Wells celebrated 10 years, Redskins partied for the Boys & Girls club in white, our pirate party got stormed out, and more:
This Sunday from 6-9pm, pundit, journalist and writer Dan Savage is hosting a party for his new book, "American Savage," at the POV Rooftop Lounge of the W Hotel. Sip, mix, and mingle over the W's new summer cocktails. Bliss will have a spa massage station, and will be giving away a Bliss "pride and joy" spa package.
Everyone knows current fashion trends are frequently reminiscent of those past, if not directly influenced by those your mother and grandmother experimented with. Last summer, the retro '50s snuck their way into swimwear and are definitely here to stay this season. Click through for a collection of retro-inspired bathing suit trends to try now. More>>