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Fashion Agenda: Britt Ryan’s Fall Bash, a Vintage Pop-Up, Reintroducing the Gentleman
Your guide to this week’s most stylish events. By Michelle Thomas
Newly opened Dr. Martens hosts a party this week in Georgetown. Photograph courtesy of Dr. Martens.
Comments () | Published October 21, 2013

Britt Ryan Fall Party
Preppy-girly boutique Britt Ryan celebrates the addition of new-to-the-store lines Butter, Patricia Green, Minnie Rose, and DL 1964 with a party involving bubbly, a raffle for a $100 gift certificate, and 20 percent discounts on the new fall line. Complimentary valet parking sweetens the deal. Thursday 6 to 9 PM. Britt Ryan, 1625 Wisconsin Ave., NW.

Dr. Martens Grand Opening
To fete the brand’s new store on M Street, British boot brand Dr. Martens throws a bash featuring a live show from local “aquawave” band Misun, tunes from deejay Patrick of Ra Ra Rasputin, and beer from DC Brau. Thursday 7 to 9 PM. 3108 M St., NW.

Numari Fashion Showcase    
The locally based made-to-measure clothing e-store Numari hosts its final fall showcase this week at the Georgetown Ritz-Carlton—Henri Bendel styles the models with jewels and accessories from the brand’s Tysons Galleria location. Thursday 7 to 9 PM. 3100 South St., NW. RSVP to

Vintage World Rocks Pop-Up
The locally based Etsy shop Vintage World Rocks brings its vintage wares to Tabula Rasa for a pop-up boutique featuring more than 100 vintage women’s clothing items dating from the 1930s to the ’80s. Sunday 11 to 6. Tabula Rasa, 731 Eighth St., SE.

Reintroducing the Gentleman
Local stylist Kara Allan and hair stylist Keith Harley cohost a men’s fashion show spotlighting the designs of Christopher Schafer Clothier, KAS Collection, Bryn Keith Clothier, and more, all modeled by local guys such as makeup guru Erwin Gomez and photographer Moshe Zusman. The night also offers mingling, cocktails, light bites, and a deejay. Sunday 4 to 7 PM. Franklin Square Penthouse, 1301 K St., NW.


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