The wedding of Rosemont resident Rosa Brooks to her husband Lt. Col. Joseph Mouer was featured in the Sunday Style section of the New York Times this week.
The wedding, which took place in the backyard of Brooks
After serving Alexandria for eight years at 210 N. Lee St., Elinor Coleman's Vintage Mirage celebrated its recent relocation with a wine and cheese reception July 26 at the new location on South Columbus Street.
"We had to leave our old space pretty quickly," said Coleman as she greeted
More than 80 businesses and others have united to participate in the first Fashion’s Night Out Alexandria in September.
The event started four years ago nationally, with fashionistas, models, designers and other businesses hosting events on the same day around the globe
Since 1985, Andrea Ploutis and her family have been a part of the retail business community in Alexandria. Like most boutique stores in Old Town, their new store The Lucky Knot is family-owned and operated.
"All of my family is employed working in the boutiques
In the 1980s, when Kathlin Argiro was asked to her first high school dance at 15, she couldn’t find a dress to wear. She sketched one instead.
That summer she earned an apprenticeship with bridal designer Maria O’Leary, owner of Nuevo Mundo in Old Town, and before long was making
It’s Party time. In fact, it’s Grand Old Party time. Old Town Alexandrians are leaning Republican, if their underwear purchases reveal their political leanings.
Kim Putens, owner of lingerie store Bloomers, is seeing a trend.
The Hanky Panky brand of lingerie
As autumn approaches, so do Alexandria’s anticipated events for the fall season.
Alexandria will be hosting its first-ever Fashion’s Night Out, which was initially launched worldwide by Vogue.
The event will celebrate the incredible array of local and independent retailers in Old Town. On September 6, the official
The city's third annual Summer Sidewalk Sale hits the streets Aug. 11.
More than 60 businesses will offer deeply-discounted summer merchandise and product demonstrations.
Sales include up to 80 percent off spring and summer shoes at The Shoe Hive, Diva Designer Consignment Boutique will cut 50 percent off