Fashion Agenda: Redeem Gets a New Home, Topaz + Arrow Send Off the Summer

Your guide to the week’s most stylish events.

Crafty collective Topaz + Arrow hosts an end-of-summer party this week.

J Brand Fit Clinic With Bitches Who Brunch
Cori Sue Morris and Becca Clara Love of the food/fashion/lifestyle blog Bitches Who Brunch head to Intermix to host a fall fashion party, where a J Brand fit specialist will help shoppers find their perfect pair and the hosts will pick their must-haves for fall. The night also includes plenty of bubbly, snacks, and deejay Ryan Ulbrich’s live tunes. Tuesday 6 to 8 PM. Intermix, 3300 M St., NW.

Zoe Boutique’s Annual BOGO Sale
Final dibs on summer style! Swing by Old Town shop Zoe Boutique this week for a pretty amazing deal: Buy one sale item and get a second totally free. Tuesday through Sept. 2. 130 S. Union St., Alexandria.

Topaz + Arrow’s End of Summer Bummer Bash
The creative duo behind Topaz + Arrow send off the summer with a party featuring handmade decor, music, and crafting-themed short films created by local filmmakers. Thursday 7 to 11 PM. The Ulysses Room, 52 O St., NW. Tickets ($20) are available through Topaz + Arrow.

Redeem’s New Digs Party
14th Street boutique Redeem reopens in a new space a half block north this Saturday—the larger location will allow the shop to extend its inventory into new areas (shoes!) and expand the current clothing and accessories selection. The opening coincides with the launch of a new commissioned series called Defend the District, which will spotlight local artists’ designs on T-shirts and other items. To celebrate, the store hosts a grand opening party with Art in the Age spirits and the Tops sausage truck. Saturday 6 to 8 PM. Redeem, 1810 14th St., Northwest.

School of Style Pop-Up Workshop
Celeb stylist Luke Storey (he’s worked with tons of musicians, from No Doubt to Kanye West) and fashion expert Lauren Messiah share their insider secrets to professional wardrobe styling in a two-day workshop that will cover such topics as how how to break into the industry and how to build your portfolio. The workshop fee includes a workbook, a local resource guide, and light refreshments. Saturday and Sunday 11 to 7. Donovan House, 1155 14th St., NW. $575; register online