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Mr. Givhan writes “Off the Runway” for The Washington Post.
They are a small team in Google focusing on helping people have their own voice on the web and organizing the world’s information from the personal perspective. Which has pretty much always been their whole deal.
Panda Head is a fashion blog by Morgan Hungerford.
Japanese for fashionable and commonly used to mean Fashionista in the US. A blog about fashion, shopping and the occasional tiny animal accessory.
Ms. Spinach is a social media expert and style enthusiast who has lived (and worked in the fashion biz) in New York City, Beijing and Singapore and now Washington, D.C. Fashion is Spinach dot com is her blog focusing on interesting design, quirky finds and personal style—just like its namesake book. Sort of.
Follow Deacon on his adventures in the District and beyond. Each day, Deacon (with a little help) brings readers the very latest news in fashion, food, fun and more. He’s a curious puppy, so you’re as likely to find him at a gallery opening as you are exploring the latest dive bar or fashion show. Plus, it’s a spot to find all of the work of resident writer-about-town, McLean Robbins.
Offering the best in vintage and contemporary fashions, plus shopping tips and trends from across the Internet, the DC Goodwill Fashion Blog is your go-to source for all things stylish. Join the DC Goodwill Fashionista Monday through Friday as she brings you what’s hot in fashion, including Tuesday’s “Goodwill Good Buy of the Week.” Need some specific advice or willing to share your own Goodwill experiences? Send her an email at email@example.com and you just might find yourself featured in Friday’s blog, “Ask The Fashionista!”
City Shop Girl is a free regular e-mail alerting shoppers to discounts and events from boutiques, department stores, restaurants, spas and specialty stores. Founded by Kelly Collis Fredrick a life long resident of Washington, D.C., it is the only daily subscription e-mail publication delivering discounts and promotions to DC area retailers, restaurants, spas, and specialty stores. With thousands of subscribers, local and national brands have embraced CityShopGirl as an effective medium to reach a highly targeted audience of women 18-49. In 2009, CityShopGirl was named one of “6 Money Websites to Watch” by US News and World Report.
The Capitol Fashionista is a DC fashion blog focused on local fashion and fashion worldwide. I am working hard to bring fashion sense to Washington, DC while spotlighting local and emerging designers.
Julia Coney, is the creative mind behind the successful All About the Pretty: A Southern Girl’s Guide to All Things Beautimous website. Julia started the site in March 2006, because of her intense love of beauty products. The site comprises musings of beauty as a lifestyle and not just a product. Its readership is a community of smart, savvy, articulate and intelligent individuals from all walks of life.
Every day, Fashion District shares the newest shopping finds, fashion and beauty tips and the latest style news — all with a distinct District perspective.
Rachel Cothran started Project Beltway because she was tired of hearing that Washingtonians have no sense of style. In a city where power influences the way people dress instead of the reverse, Project Beltway digs beneath the conservative surface to reveal style as interesting & diverse as the people shaping its unique culture. What better way to play style anthropologist than through a literal and figurative snapshot of Washington residents?
Emily Miller writes about politics, pop culture, new media and gossip.
Carol Joynt is a Washington writer, interviewer, blogger, photographer and Emmy-winning network television producer. She was born in Denver, grew up in Europe, the Midwest, and on the East Coast, and lives in Georgetown.
Voted “Best Local Blog” by Metromix!
Beth is founder and publisher of The Georgetown Dish. With journalism in her blood–her aunt was Nina Hyde, fashion editor of The Washington Post–Beth started as a freelance radio reporter for the Voice of America in East Africa, covering civil wars in Sudan and famine in Ethiopia. She worked for ABC News in Berlin, and then as a speechwriter for U.S. Senator Sam Nunn.
The editors are Matthew Dornic and Betsy Rothstein. Matt runs local PR shop 3 Dog Agency and Betsy is a freelance writer and editor with a decade of experience covering Capitol Hill political gossip and features.
BrightestYoungThings is an online cocktail party for the interesting and interested. Our readers are the fast-wired journeymen of the new economy, constantly seeking out what is cool right now. It’s a never ending and fascinating field to keep up with and learn more about, and BYT is an interactive home for that quest. Just like anybody else, our readers want fun and love and are dumb and smart and mean and nice and intelligent and juvenile. We embrace their moods and obsessions and search for strange ways to entertain and inform them.
Founded in August 2004, DCist is the most popular local blog in Washington and it covers all the goings-on of the capital. The site and its editor have been mentioned in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Sun, amongst other publications. Washingtonian magazine said DCist was, “habit-forming” blog that specializes in the collection of “tidbits of political and cultural arcana.” In U.S. News, DCist was called a “great blog on what’s happening in D.C.” The site has been called the best blog by the DC community in the Washington City Paper, the Washingtonian and Washington Blade.
Writing about the Rock Music since ’10.
Includes various articles on politics, such as Politico 44, a living diary of the Obama Presidency.
Offers articles on a range of topics, such as economy and sports.
Includes blogs on various topics and allows to hear feedback from tweeters out there known as NiteOwls.
Kelly Magyarics is a wine educator and wine and spirits writer. She has been offering interactive, educational wine tastings and classes for private and corporate groups for over eight years.
These people Love DC. You think there’d need to be more to band together a group of writers, but this is their common element. They Love DC. Sure, they think DC dates the wrong person once in a while, and may or not have worn something that they thought was pretty much atrocious, but They Love DC anyway. DC has been many things for them; it has been home and shelter, adventure and retreat, love and war. Here they all are, to give it their best.
This blog is meant to be a celebration of beautiful things – art, theater, fashion, cinema, language.
When it comes to relationships, you have to change your actions in order to change your results. If you want to meet someone, fall in love and live happily ever after, you need to do something different. Something you aren’t doing now. Jess McCann can help you figure out what that something is.
Janet Donovan is a publicist, columnist, and radio talk show host who writes numerous blogs.
Jane Collins’ never stops giving back. Thursday mornings are her favorite, as she volunteers at a local church. Her goal is to help YOU find your service passion — your contribution in this world.
Here, Gail Scott shares her professional and personal experiences on Embassy Row with others, both as a speaker and as a journalist.
Donna Shor’s notes on life in Washington as seen through social events.
Power Source is an insider’s view of power networks that contribute to the continued dominance of our nation’s ideals, institutions and individuals
The Pink Line Project is a catalyst for the culturally curious. Featuring listings of all the up coming art events in and around the Washington area, with some great interviews and insider features. Be sure to save it in your favourites!
Pamela’s Punch satisfies your thirst for the latest juice on the coolest places, people and events in the Washington, DC community. Find out what’s hot – and what’s not – as told through the experiences of a few social butterflies.
The Glamazon Diaries chronicles the fashion musings of a 20-something Washingtonian showing the world that Washington is not just a place for politics but also for fashion. It is the ideal place for fashion truisms, style philosophies and overall attitudes for life! Find fashion information, comments, and reviews that seem as if they were uttered by the iconic Anna Wintour herself.
A person who appears to be rambling aimlessly, but is secretly in search of adventure.
Angie Goff hosts a LIVE simulcast from her morning show at WUSA_TV on her blog OH My GOFF! Read her daily adventures and watch and chat LIVE with Angie and the other anchors!
The Fab Empire is a website that brings together all things fabulous in the Baltimore, Boston, New York and Washington D.C. areas. We even have a blog dedicated to the Christian community called GospelFab! With five different citizen journalists highlighting major events, parties, fashion shows and critiquing the hottest events around town, The Fab Empire promotes quality entertainment in your local city.
Painterly Visions Blog: LIFE IN THE ARTS – Artist, Anne Marchand comments from her studio about the art scene in Washington, DC.
Anne Marchand website: Colorful Abstract Paintings with Poetic Connections to Life.
A pinch of life in the District, a teaspoon of fashion and a dash of fun.
Ted’s Take Ted Leonsis is known as one of the country’s premiere businessmen having held numerous leadership positions at AOL. He is also a professional sports team owner, a film producer, a private-angel investor, an active Board member and a committed philanthropist.