Mystique Jewelers Pop-Up Store
If you’re in the market for some new sparkle, swing by Capitol Hill event space Tabula Rasa this week for a pop-up shop from Alexandria-based jewelry shop Mystique Jewelers. The three-day event kicks off with a cocktail party, which will feature a private showing of bridal designs from Andrew Meyer plus everyday fine jewelry. And to sweeten the deal: Any purchase snags you a free pair of pearl earrings. Cocktail launch party, Thursday 5 to 7. Pop-up shop, Friday and Saturday 10 to 5. Tabula Rasa, 731 Eighth St., SE.
Fashion’s Night Out Petworth: Where Old Meets New
FNO may be officially on hiatus in New York this year, but consignment boutiques Willow Fashion and Fia’s Fabulous Finds keep it alive in Petworth with fall fashion previews, a fashion show, a swag bag giveaway, and 10 percent discounts on purchases at both shops. A stylist will be on hand to offer tips on fall trends. Friday 7 to 8:30 PM. Willow Fashion, 843 Upshur St., NW; Fia’s Fabulous Finds, 806 Upshur St., NW. Register online.
Nearly 50 local designers, artisans, and food vendors gather to sell their goods at this monthly market in Logan Circle. This month, check out jewelry, accessories, and clothing from designers Saint Clair Jewelry, DeNada, Kelly Towles, and Mutiny, among others. A family-friendly rock band will perform. Saturday 11 to 5. 1514 15th St., NW, in St. Luke’s Church parking lot.
Mad Men Costume Designer Janie Bryant at the Smithsonian
Who doesn’t love the retro perfection of Mad Men? The style pro behind the looks, costume designer Janie Bryant—who also parlayed her work with the show into a three-season collab with Banana Republic, brand partnerships, and work on an upcoming reality design show—visits a Smithsonian Associates seminar next Monday, where she’ll chat about her inspirations for the cast’s wardrobe and discuss how the show has influenced modern style. After the talk, check out some of Bryant’s original sketches while sipping ’60s-inspired cocktails. September 9, 7 PM. National Museum of Natural History Baird Auditorium, Tenth St. & Constitution Ave., NW. $50 for nonmembers; $40 for members. Tickets are available online or at 202-633-3030.