India-Themed Party at Georgetown’s A Mano Boutique

At a party at Georgetown’s A Mano shop featuring jewelry and clothing fashions from India, it was impossible to ignore the table with American political items, including this kitschy George W. Bush tree ornament. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Becky Bailey looks in the mirror and likes what she sees. Her earrings are by Jaipur-based jeweler Amrapali. Connie Carter (left), Edith Crook (second from right), and Vicki Weil (right) look on. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

A Mano’s Adam Mahr, Kim Hayman, and silk designer Vivek Narang. Mahr wears one of Narang’s color-blocked scarves, while Hayman has on one of the silk jackets. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Sydney Johnson, Amanda Pope, and Carissa Look. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Sari-clad Neeta King talks with a guest. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Books by Jacqueline Lundquist on display at the A Mano shop. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Savio D’Souza and Kenneth Caldwell. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

A Mano owner Adam Mahr greets guests, including Gavin Wilson, David Deckelbaum, and Odile Wilson. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Outside the A Mano shop on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown, as the India-themed party was getting underway. Photograph by James R. Brantley.

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