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Open-air jazz, a Vogue preview, and silk-screens appeal to your artistic side tonight By Adela Smith, Cornelia Morrow
Comments () | Published August 18, 2010
Wolf Trap’s Filene Center presents a night of jazz, pop, and R&B. Grammy Award-winning vocalist Al Jarreau is performing with the George Duke Trio, with soul artist Marcus Miller and trumpeter Christian Scott as special guests. Click here to purchase tickets ($25 to $42). 8 PM.

Come see the fall trends before everyone else at the Neiman Marcus Fall Fashion Preview Party, featuring highlights from the upcoming September issue of Vogue. If that isn’t enough to entice you, there are also free makeovers, music, Champagne, and a design-your-own-cupcake bar. One lucky person will win a new fall wardrobe worth $500. RSVP is required; e-mail rsvpwashington@neimanmarcus.com. Free. 6 to 8.

If you love midcentury design and fashion, head to the Textile Museum for its Mod Madness night, featuring fun drinks and food as well as jazz by the Pete Muldoon Quartet. Explore your creative side with make-your-own silk-screen T-shirts and bags. Advance tickets ($10) are recommended. 6 to 9.

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