Hundreds of DC fashionistas flocked to the Georgetown Loews dressed in their chicest cocktail attire to preview the much-hyped "Sex and the City 2" before it officially hit theaters. Hosted by Kimberli Brown of Fresh Boutique, VIP guests gathered first at the Georgetown Ritz to sip signature cosmos and compare notes on the film's notable personalities.
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Hundreds of DC fashionistas flocked to the Georgetown Loews dressed in their chicest cocktail attire to preview the much-hyped "Sex and the City 2" before it officially hit theaters. Cosmos were flowing and all eyes were on the fashion even before the film began. Ladies met up at the Georgetown Ritz before heading over to the theater.
Smithsonian's Carolina Furukrona and stylist Lana Orloff, two ladies on everyone's best-dressed list, came out as style spies.
Cosmos, Manolos and a healthy amount of Halston graced the lobby of the Georgetown Ritz at a VIP reception before the film screening.
Libbie Feldner, Mickey Farivar, Don Patron and Marcus Stephens agreed that they were most interested in the film for all of the "costume changes."
Fresh Boutique owner and preview screening host Kimberli Brown with her boyfriend Bryan Price.
McLean Robbins with Miss DC International Amanda Lewis. McLean admitted to being most like Carrie Bradshaw in college -- she was the relationship columnist for the school paper at Wake Forrest!
Like most ladies in attendance, Rachel Cothran best identifies with Carrie's character. This writer of popular site Project Beltway is also responsible for a healthy dose of the District's style savvy.
Jennifer Mapp Bressan and Pilar Hughes enjoy an ultimate girls' night out.
Stephanie Green and Allison Priebe Brooks -- two society writers -- enjoying a night to get "Carried" away.
Marlene Hall with Beverly Kirk
Terrina Weatherspoon and Sonya Ansarov celebrate Terrina's "last night to dress up and be a girl" before leaving for a tour of military service.