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Fashion Agenda: A Pop-Up for Local Designers, Banana Republic’s Milly Mixer
This week’s guide to the city’s most stylish happenings. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published May 28, 2013

Nana Open Studio
Shop Nana’s latest collection right where the magic happens! The local brand’s sewing studio, Bits of Thread, opens its Adams Morgan doors for shoppers to sneak a peek at the new spring and summer styles and meet the seamstresses behind the clothes. Tuesday 5:30 to 8:30 PM. 1794 Columbia Rd., NW, second floor.

Banana Republic’s Milly Mixer
Milly’s limited-edition collab with Banana Republic is finally here, and the brand’s downtown store is celebrating with a bash inspired by summer in the Hamptons. Sip complimentary cocktails while you shop the colorful collection. Banana Republic card-holders snag 25 percent off the Milly pieces and 35 percent off full-price items, plus a four-piece Milly nail polish set with any purchase. Thursday 5 PM. 601 13th St., NW.

Two Penny Blue Trunk Show
Prep-perfect boutique Sherman Pickey spotlights the blazers of New York-based Two Penny Blue, who marks each jacket sale by donating a school uniform to a student in Africa. To sweeten the deal, the store offers 15 percent off all Two Penny Blue purchases during the designer’s feature. Thursday through June 9. 1647 Wisconsin Ave., NW.

Pop-Up Shop & Sidewalk Sale
Three days of shopping, four local designers! Event space Tabula Rasa hosts a pop-up shop and sidewalk sale highlighting Calamarie’s fair-trade, eco-friendly accessories, Diamantina’s Argentinian leather handbags, Kim Schalk’s feminine clothing, and Pico Vela’s contemporary knitwear. Friday through Sunday 10 to 7. 731 Eighth St., SE.

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