Modern classics with an edge – that’s what Washington, DC’s STYLECABLE is all about.
Officially launched this past April, the e-commerce startup based at 1776 connects fashion lovers with emerging designers, including DC’s own Erika Schrieber, Sophie Blake, ElaineB, and Sarah Ceceila. These designers and more will be featured at the company’s first trunk show beginning this Sunday, June 29, at Urban Chic in Georgetown. (more…)
This week’s crazy weather cleared up just in time for the 12-hour music extravaganza that was Union BBQ. Hosted by U Street Music Hall, Union BBQ featured a diverse array of local, national, and international DJ talent alongside some of DC’s best food options, including Toki Underground, DCity Smokehouse, Dolcezza, and Mama Nada’s Empanadas.
The atmosphere was cool, chill, and full of style – just like the beats. Click more to see some of our favorite looks at the event.
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From food and travel writer to local business owner, Amanda McClements has become one of the most influential tastemakers in Washington, DC. Her store Salt & Sundry – offering a variety of inspiring, expertly-curated homegoods – has become the cornerstone of the revitalized Union Market.
We talked to McClements about her style inspirations, her upcoming second store, and why you should never be afraid to change things up.