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DC Has a New (Very Exclusive) Club for Designer Fashion Fans



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Photographs of Couture Circle’s newest private event at Tiffany & Co. by Kerrenton Snow, courtesy of Couture Circle.

Private procuring already seems ultra-exclusive. But the barrage of Instagram posts from the latest event for Couture Circle—a model new invite-only group for fashion-loving minds—reads straight out of the Sweet Home Alabama proposal scene. 

Not following? A quick refresh circa 2002: inside the rom-com, Patrick Dempsey (a.okay.a. McDreamy) whisks Reese Witherspoon to Tiffany’s after-hours, the place a dozen employees stand by as he pops the question. And then, gesturing spherical to all the engagement rings, he invites her to “pick one.” 

Couture Circle’s private event at Tiffany & Co. at CityCenterDC on Sunday, July 10 appeared a bit like that–minus the engagement ring (as far as everyone knows). Aptly dubbed “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” the intimate gathering invited members to sip Champagne as they perused jewelry every new and basic. Guests photographed themselves donning jewelry from a private assortment—reportedly worn by such celebrities as Jennifer Lopez—sooner than leaving with Tiffany-branded goodie baggage. 

DC Has a New Very Exclusive Club for Designer Fashion

But the event itself, whereas specific, was not new for the distinctive group. Before Breakfast at Tiffany’s, there was a private procuring experience on the Sophie Blake boutique in Fairfax. And sooner than that, the group’s first official event in May: a welcome reception of sunshine bites and bubbles at The Ritz in Tysons Galleria, adopted by a private procuring experience and dessert at Gucci, the place members have been gifted custom-engraved bottles of Gucci’s Bloom fragrance.

Other perks from the group’s youthful existence: specific entry to the Louis Vuitton X Nike Air Force 1 exhibit by Virgil Abloh in New York. On the horizon: “a pampering session” for members with the Virginia Institute, a skincare boutique and center for facial beauty surgical procedure and aesthetics.


But it’s not all designer procuring, Couture Circle’s authorities director Baille Benemelis, could have . Benemelis is correctly associated inside the model and art work world as a result of the regional director of the Fashion Group International of Greater Washington, DC and a occupation promoting expert. The membership thought, she says, actually began once more in 2018 as a fundraiser for the Rodarte exhibit on the National Museum of Women inside the Arts (NMWA), for which Couture Circle, now a nonprofit group, serves as “a proud benefactor.”

Couture Circle consists of 19 members, and counting—although membership could be capped at 25 to start. In the mixture are stylists, model bloggers (DC Fashion Fool Barnette Holston, for one) promoting and PR professionals, an inside designer, a dermatologist (Dr. Tina Alster), a photographer, a jewelry designer (ahem, Sophie Blake), a retired U.S. Navy Captain, Mrs. DC America 2021 (Anchyi Wei), a VP of federal authorities relations, and further. What have they received in widespread? An affinity, says Benemelis, for model and art work.

Paid annual membership dues are solely disclosed to “prospects,” in accordance with Benemelis, with ten % of the elusive cost going to the NWMA. In return, Couture Circle members are promised entry to fairly a lot of distinctive events, along with totally different luncheons and receptions hosted by luxurious producers, private museum excursions, sneak-peeks at new designer collections, and designer meet-and-greets—plus reductions and affords on providers from native firms, and further. 

Interested of us could be a a part of the waitlist on the Couture Circle web page, nevertheless to comprehend entry, you’ve acquired to have an in—members must be referred by current members. Otherwise, you’ll have the ability to preserve watching the rom-com variations with the rest of us. 

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Amy Moeller

Editor, Washingtonian Weddings

Amy leads Washingtonian Weddings and writes Style Setters for Washingtonian. Prior to turning into a member of Washingtonian in March 2016, she was the editor of Capitol File journal in DC and sooner than that, editor of What’s Up? Weddings in Annapolis.


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