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Art Jamz VIP preview opening!

08 Mar

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Art Jamz-ers and the sexiest couple in DC Michael M.Clements and Anchyi Wei finally “residented” their artistic creation on Dupont Circle. The official Art Jamz studio has “VIP-opened” last Wednesday on Connecticut Avenue. Invite-only guests shored in for 1 hour slots to enjoy the new design, artistic company, sips and bites, and the opportunity to create a communal canvas to be hang in the studio. 800 sq.feet space offers creative and lounge areas and will invite for painting sessions for adults and families with kids. Congratulations to the team of AJ and wishing many creative years upon them.

Art Jamz studio is located at

1742 Connecticut Ave NW

To reserve your spot on a next upcoming session, click HERE

As usual, enjoy the pictures.

"The cover"

Dynamic duo behind Art Jamz scenes - Anchyi Wei and Michael M.Clements

Art contributing!

My 5¢ to the big piece!

Space

Color wheel and color wall

Gentle reminder - only small business here! ))

million doors

creative minds even do casual things creatively

Bubbles and art

Moi and Anchyi

 
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Gilt City’s warehouse/closet revealed

14 Feb

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

On Friday the 10th Gilt City DC gave access to its treasured warehouse to the VIP/press, with following sale event on Saturday for the public. Long View gallery was buzzing and babbling with excitement of privileged shoppers, digging through goods and sipping on the campaign. Rivers of designers garments, shoes, accessories and whatnot were filtered by DC fashionistas, leaving messy piles behind like 3 year-olds on Halloween playdate. Yours truly attended the first part and it was scary to imagine what has actually happened on Saturday night with about 1000 people RSVPd for the event.

Enjoy some pics which I could not help but treat in randomly vintage-y style. Oh and by the way those granola bars were beyond amazing. What was the brand again? Were eaten ruthlessly.

Tons and tons of stuff! I wonder if there is anything left now?

Excitment sprinkling

Barbara Martin and Jayne Sandman of BrandLink DC in the fitting room. B looks accomplished and J seems still on the hunt despite the number of the hangers! Bravo!

Vanessa Rodriguez of Federal Realty playing dress-up. On Vanessa: Dress: Pucci Orginial price: $2500 Sale price: $499 Shoes: Kathryn Amberleigh Original price: $202 Sale price: $49 Bangles: Chamak Sale price: $10 Handbag Valentino Original price: $2995 Sale price: $499

Art on the back. Glances in the fitting room.

fabulous Anchyi Wei in Zac Posen dress, originally $1250, sale $249

Real time photographers - Alfredo Flores and Daniel Swartz

 

Tiny box offers six stories of treasures

10 Feb

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Tiny Jewel Box invites Washingtonians for a special Valentine event this Friday and Saturday, February 10 and 11, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For these two days only, TJB will host new, never-before-seen designs from Penny Preville, exciting new artist creations from Fragments Design Lab, and an exclusive collection of Tag Heuer Watches, and provide shoppers with sweet treats from the Tiny Jewel Box Candy Bar. If you haven’t get anything for your valentine on soon-to-come special day, you might consider grabbing this opportunity.

Tiny Jewel Box

1447 Connecticut Ave, NW

Washington DC, 20036

tel# 202-393-2747

Business hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Validated parking at Colonial across the street

 

My First Ladies book signing in Tiny Jewel Box

15 Oct

by Yulia Mikhalchuk

Nancy Clarke, White House chef floral designer for 25 years and author of “My First Ladies” book, visited Tiny Jewel Box for cocktail party and book signing on October 12. Cozy but rich atmosphere of the store was enhanced by elegant sophisticated public and decorated with flowers by H.Bloom. Ms.Clarke benevolently signed the books and announced the upcoming launch of White House Christmas magazine (November 15).

Nancy Clarke with her "My First Ladies" book

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