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In Photos: Fashion’s Night Out
Last Friday’s big fashion blowout in Georgetown drew all sorts of stylish people. Don’t worry—we were there to document them. By Sarah Zlotnick, Chris Leaman
Comments () | Published September 13, 2010
Fashion's Night Out. An evening where stores keep doors open late, fill with special guests and promotions, and celebrate style for the consumer-oriented gloriousness it truly is. Started last year in New York City with the intent to go international, Anna Wintour's pet project came to Washington in a big way last Friday night. Shoppers, stylists,  and even a few Real Housewives headed down to Georgetown for special trunk shows and parties galore, and kept the style-savvy buzz going well into the night. We came, too, and brought the cameras along for the ride. All photographs by Chris Leaman

Gaga-esque performers welcome shoppers to the kick-off party. 

Leslie Ennis, Lost Boy's owner Kelly Muccio, and Jocelyn Jensen.

Photographer Kathryn Parker. 
Fashion blogger Brooke Kao modeled Tsyndma clothing at Darrell Dean antiques.  Store employees with serious man-style: Lost Boys' Nathan Chin and Reiss's Jermaine Neal.   Veronica Rivas and Washington Post fashion writer Holly Thomas. 
A very satisfied customer gets a close shave at Lost Boys' " Old Fashioned Pre-Game" party.   Rachel Cothran's awesome leather shoes; Emmalee Maine and Jeff Gurtner. 

Real Housewife Lynda Erkiletian and Mary Anne Gale. 

Arbie Mosley and Austin Clemens. 
Killer red pumps on Elizabeth Njoroge. 

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