Did you know that you can change how you feel by changing what you wear? Or that how you feel can affect both your behavior and how others respond to you? Did you know that you can change how you feel by changing what you wear? Or that how you feel can affect both your behavior and how others respond to you?
There may not be much good news these days, but Dr. Deborah Birx's enduring poise and fashion flair certainly make the White House briefings more inspiring.
For every mask you buy from Ike Behar — they cost $10 apiece — this not-for-profit initiative gives a second one to a local charity: in D.C., Georgetown Ministry Center.
On the heels of Women’s History Month and at the dawn of the resurrection, the FUTURE FEM fashion editorial sends healing energy to help...
Now that the CDC is advising us, symptomatic or not, to wear masks when we go outside, they are, of course, nowhere to be found.
Days in our comfy college sweatshirt, unwashed hair and no makeup are driving us to the brink — and our partners to the hills.
In the face of current challenges, the neighborhood is welcoming a chocolatier, a butcher and a unisex shoe store, with more to come.
What better way to prepare for fall than to embrace the power of plaid? The distinguished pattern has become impossibly chic.
In this retail round up: a letter from Deborah Kalkstein, owner of hip, avant-garde furniture store Contemporaria, which will be moving out of Georgetown by the end of next month.
It’s time to make your list and check it twice. No matter if they’ve been naughty or nice, it’s time to spread some holiday...