From street style photo-shoots to Grammy-nominated artist Christylez Bacon performing live, Fashion Art Design proved to be one of the most exciting style events in D.C. of the year!
STREET-STYLE FASHION PARKLET AT 31ST AND K STREET
In honor of the premiere of Advanced Style, this dedicated street-style area was set up for participants to have their photo taken by BYT [BrightestYoungThings.com] street style columnist and photographer Britt Elyse Nelson! Britt captured head-to-toe looks that participants can find on the StreetStyle page and share on social media. Don’t forget to tag your look with #fadgeorgetown!
CADY’S ALLEY DJ AND PHOTOBOOTH BETWEEN 33rd-34th and M STREET
Cady's Alley offered a chance for anyone to strut their stuff at a photobooth and had a DJ spinning while shoppers visited the exclusive Cady's Alley merchants.
BOOK HILL LIVE MUSIC AT 1645 WISCONSIN AVE
Shoppers were treated to live musical by the female musical trio District Strings while visiting Book Hill's art galleries and independent fashion retailers participating in Fashion Art Design. The DC Circulator offered free northbound bus rides up Wisconsin Avenue to Book Hill.
EAST MARKET DJ AND PHOTOBOOTH AT 3222 M ST NW (Between Dean and DeLuca and J. Crew), AND FLASH PERFORMANCE BY CHRISTYLEZ BACON
Participants warmed up with a live DJ spinning beats and a photobooth that captured their fashionable look. Participants were also treated to a flash performance by Grammy-nominated spoken word artist Christylez Bacon!
CANAL SQUARE SEA CATCH RESTAURANT FOOD SAMPLING AND DJ PERFORMANCE AT 1054-1066 31st STREET NW
Participants enjoyed light hors d’oeuvres and samples of wine by Sea Catch Restaurant, in partnership with RB Properties, in beautiful Canal Square while they enjoyed U.S. Royalty’s John Thornley spinning beats and took advantage of shopping deals offered at Canal Square retailers.
STREET ART LIVE MURAL PAINTING AT 30TH & M STREET
Local street artist Kelly Towles painted a mural onto the façade of the former Latham Hotel (3000 M St. NW). The installation is part of the Georgetown Gongoozlers mural project, which invited local artists to showcase their work.
SILENT DISCO SOCIETY NIGHT WITH ART SOIREE AT THE RITZ CARLTON GEORGETOWN
Art Soiree brought a late-night Silent Disco experience to the Ritz Carlton, Georgetown. Participants were provided wireless headphones and danced to the music of 2 live DJs as they switched between the music channels of DJ Agent Max and DJ Sabeel Chohan! The event featured video art installations by Masrae.