Rag & Bone Throws VIP Opening Bash in Georgetown

Rag & Bone celebrated its new store with a private reception and unveiling of the DC DIY Project. Local notables styled and shot their own photos in Rag & Bone clothing at the bash.

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Rag amp;& Bone managing partners Marcus Wainwright and David Neville celebrated the opening of their first U.S. store outside of New York -- specifically, in Georgetown at 3067 M St. N.W. -- with a private reception and unveiling of the DC DIY Project. Having always been inspired by real people, the duo had local notables style and shoot their own photos in Rag & Bone clothing. Guests included Project Beltway's Rachel Cothran (L).
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Septime Webre (L), artistic director of the Washington Ballet, was among the Rag & Bone local ambassadors in attendance.
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“Rather than do what every other brand does and have a high‐end photographer take very polished shots, we thought, ‘Let’s flip it on its head to get the people to take over.’ We wanted it to be very real," said Wainwright. Pictured here, Anton and Vincent.
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Amanda and Curtis Polk stopped by before heading home to celebrate their daughter's birthday.
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The DIY Project reflects the brand’s ethos -- showing real people in understated and wearable clothes during their everyday lives.
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Laura Chavez, Kelly Collis and Brandis Griffith check out the store in Georgetown.
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The Tommy Show's Tommy McFly and producer Jen Richer.
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Constance Christakos and Michael Woestehoff.
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Two dozen locals were chosen as brand ambassadors to style their own Rag & Bone looks.
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Catherine Pitcher and Nunu Deng.
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