Weekly rundown of D.C. fashion events+links to love on style blogs+other inspirational stuff we think you may enjoy. Cool? Cool. And as always, let us know if we missed something in the comments.
- Thursday, July 22 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. join the Tigerlily Foundation for “an evening of fun, fashion and friends as [they] support the young women who are survivors of breast cancer and fighting for the ones who are currently battling this disease” @ Josephine Lounge, 1008 Vermont Ave. NW. “The dress is pink or white and the era is 40’s-50’s chic and there will be a great prize from Saks Fifth Avenue for the best dressed lady or gentleman.” Get tickets.
- Friday, July 23 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.: The Temporium, a temporary store featuring a few of the best DC-based fashion designers, opens on 1300 H Street NE. Meet the designers! Billy Colbert, Dana Greaves, de Nada, Derringer Friday, Dopeville, Bill Johnson, Kristi Love, Jon Wye, Albus Cavus, AM Radio. Cupcakes and refreshing beverages sponsored by istrategylabs.
- Friday, July 23 and Saturday, July 24 stop by Textile Museum for INTERVOWEN, evenings in performance featuring on July 23, New York-based fashion collective threeASFOUR, whose designers hail from Lebanon, Israel and Tajikistan, will collaborate on a performance based on Yoko Ono’s “Cut.” The July 24 program will feature a new, site-specific work by Copenhagen-based duo Henrik Vibskov & Andreas Emenius—in their first ever U.S. appearance. Following the performances, Sabrina Gschwandtner, founder of KnitKnit magazine, will moderate a Q&A with the artists. The evening events will also feature film screenings and a performance by artist Peggy Noland. Tickets: $20.
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VANS CHUKKA BOOT
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HER NAME IS NIRRIMI HAKANSON
SHE’S 17 YEARS OLD &
HER PHOTOGRAPHS ARE BEAUTIFUL
WE LIVE YOUNG IS HER BLOG.
VALENTINO SKETCHING ON THE IPAD
NEW YORK, 1960
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[Courtesy of I Love Suicidal]
The Balenciaga designer is the winner of this year’s Superstar Award at Fashion Group International’s Night of Stars.
[Courtesy of WWD, Photograph by Kristen Somody Whalen]
BACKSTAGE AT CHANEL AND VALENTINO COUTURE
WITH MODEL TATI COTLIAR
PARIS FASHION WEEK: MASHA
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ONE MIU MIU DRESS
W DOES IT BEST
[Courtesy of Stylelist]
DAVID ANDERSEN DENMARK
“SO PRINT IS KAPUT?”
[Courtesy of The New York Times, Photograph by William P. O’Donnell]