Newsletters

Get Shop Around delivered to your inbox every Tuesday Morning.

Shop Around on Twitter
Sidewalk Style: Bold and Beautiful
We stopped an event entrepreneur with a penchant for bold pieces. By Rachel Cothran
Comments () | Published May 11, 2010

Aisha Davis
President, Desho Productions, which produces the Live! On Woodrow Wilson concert series.

What she’s wearing: A Cavalli jacket with a Diane von Furstenburg dress and Steve Madden shoes. Her sunglasses are an inexpensive pair purchased from a street vendor that she keeps at her desk for the times she forgets her regular shades.

How would you describe your style? “I think of my style as a personal expression of my creativity. Each day is a different mood.”

Have you gotten a lot of comments about the jacket? “This morning as I was walking up the street, a man yelled out to me and gave me two thumbs up. In some places, women will make reference to the label; they just know it somehow. Here, women just say, ‘You look great’ or ‘I like that on you.’ I think it’s important for women to compliment one another.”

What will you be wearing this summer? “Strong, bold colors. My eye has been going toward color-block looks recently—crisp reds, pure white, and jewel tones.”

Rachel says: What’s your standout statement piece? Mine is a pink, swing-shape brocade vintage jacket with beaded embellishments along the opening and cuffs. It looks great with jeans or with a springy pencil skirt. I feel happy every time I wear it, and compliments are always guaranteed. What in your closet makes you happy?

Earlier:
Sidewalk Style: Less Is More
Sidewalk Style: Concert Ready
All Sidewalk Styles

Subscribe to Washingtonian
Follow Washingtonian on Twitter
  

More>> Shop Around Blog | Style | Find a Spa

Categories:

Fashion Interviews People Shopping Sidewalk Style
Subscribe to Washingtonian

Discuss this story

Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question. The Washingtonian reserves the right to remove or edit content once posted.
blog comments powered by Disqus

Posted at 07:30 AM/ET, 05/11/2010 RSS | Print | Permalink | Comments () | Washingtonian.com Blogs