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DC Fashion Week events

Jess Righthand  |  Updated 09/24/2012

While New York is undoubtedly an epicenter of fashion, Washington has its own distinct style that's not just about New York and not just about Brooks Brothers and Ann Taylor. D.C. fashion can be funky. It can be loud. And it will be front and center when DC Fashion Week kicks off Monday (and unofficially on Saturday, at the H Street Festival). Over the course of the next week, about 50 designers will show spring looks for both work and play. The designers hail from Nigeria, India and Thailand, as well as from Washington. Many have shown their creations at fashion weeks in New York and Miami, and others are just now arriving on the local fashion scene.

 
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