Naina Singla: Portrait of a Stylist in DC

Like a mole who works from the inside to crack the code, Singla may be the most singularly in touch fashion professional in the District, relating to her clients on multiple levels.

Spotlight: Lifestyle Blogger Meg Biram on Elevating Creativity in The Capital

It is a sunny spring day when I arrive at a walk-up on M St. to interview Meg Biram, DC’s reigning power blogger. Her Georgetown office is called the Creative…

Current Boutique Expands Consignment Concept to E-Commerce Platform

Current Boutique, arguably the District’s premiere consignment retailer with four locations in the area, is moving beyond metro city lines to the vast reaches of cyberspace with a new online…

Photo Diary: (E)merge Art Fair at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington D.C.

Artists, collectors, curators and creatives gathered at Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington D.C. to immerse themselves into the multi-media art experience know as the (e)merge art fair.  Hotel rooms were…

Photo Diary: Washington City Paper’s Crafty Bastards in Washington D.C.

Craft shoppers and the District’s most talented crafters came together this past weekend for Washington City Paper’s annual Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair at Union Market in Washington D.C. …

Photo Diary: Red Bull Flugtag at the National Harbor

Creative DIY flying machines, entertainment and team spirit all were in full form at this weekend’s Red Bull Flutag event.  Teams and spectators alike assembled at the National Harbor to compete…

Photo Diary: Nuit Blanche at the Wonder Bread Factory in Washington D.C.

Art took the forefront of the nightlife scene this weekend at DC’s Art All Night Festival. Over a dozen venues in the Shaw District participated in the annual free art…

Photo Diary: Glow Sessions with the Young Rapids at the Heurich House Museum

As part of their regular Glow Sessions, DC’s prominent art group, The Pink Line Project, hosted an intimate evening under the stars at the Heurich House Museum.  Crowds gathered to…

Photo Diary: InTheCapital Fest @Half Street Fairgrounds

For those seeking much-needed relief from their nine-to-five jobs, or their newly founded (or funded) startup, last Thursday, InTheCapital hosted the InTheCapital Fest, an outdoor playground of sorts. Held next…

Photo Diary: Heineken Mural Project at Blind Whino Arts Club In Washington, D.C.

Over the weekend, we had the opportunity to attend the Heineken Mural Project VIP Launch Event, the official kickoff for  Heineken Mural Project. The preview event was held at DC’s…

Photo Diary: Carbon Leaf LIVE at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C.

We can’t say enough how much we enjoy catching a show at The Hamilton in Washington D.C.  That’s not to say that we don’t like music venues like the 9:30…

Photo Diary: Outfitted Pop Up Shop at 52 O Street Studios in Washington D.C.

This past weekend, Arielle Vavasseur, owner of footwear label Penelope and Coco, in partnership with the Ulysses Room and Honest Tea, held the one-day shopping event, “Outfitted: A Pop Up…

J. Crew’s New York-Centric High Line Collection Launches Tomorrow

If their upcoming collection is any indication, J. Crew is definitely in a New York state of mind. The retailer has just unveiled a few pieces from their charity collection…

Photo Diary: 7-7-7 Fashion Series at the Italian Embassy in Washington D.C.

The evening was all about cars, girls and fashiontainment. Held at the Italian Embassy in Washington DC, the 777 Fashion Series produced a soiree that included a fashion show and…

Photo Diary: The Sunshine District’s Preview Party with Performance by Tall Tall Trees

Over the last several years, the District’s music and arts scene has made significant steps towards growth. However sparse, alternative music venues, like the Black Cat and the 9:30 Club…