Posts Tagged ‘joelle de guise’

Paws at The Park

Ah the dog days of summer are upon us! Check out the people who brought their pets to the return of Paws at The Park at The Park Hyatt in DC. More here..

Powerful Makeover: Everyday Woman to Superhero

Local makeup artist Nour Kazoun, is making everyday women in DC into superheroes! She explains how DC is a pretty conservative place and so her mission is to bring the level of artistry found inNY and other fashion capitals to DC. She picked these women because they are the DC woman – and DC women have ambition, and drive on its own is a super power so why not create our own super heroes that live in the Capital of the world?!

heck out these ‘wonder women!’… For more info about Nour Kazoun’s work, check out Made.Up.Art on facebook HERE! Photography by : Mykl Anthony, Hair executed by : Elegant Hair by Giselle, Character concept and Makeup by MadeUpArt Makeup by Nour.



Nour did my make up for a magazine shoot.. and did this in 15 minutes before the Newsbabes Bash! I told her “Make me J. Lo” ha!


West African and Caribbean Delights

An Evening of West African and Caribbean delights will be hosted at the National Museum of African Art this Friday, May 20th.  The Museum’s doors will be held open after hours, which will allow revelers a chance to enjoy West African and Caribbean foods, refreshments and dance, as well as experiencing the museum’s exhibitions, ambiance and performances. Get Your Tickets Here!

Color Rules Ball on the Mall

Gorgeous gowns with pops of color graced the grounds of the National Mall.  The L’Enfant Society hosted  ‘Ball on the Mall’ to support Trust for the National Mall. More than 1,000 guests gathered for this incredible party.

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The night also honored the country and culture of Japan in launching the year-long centennial celebration of the Cherry Blossom trees and the Trust’s efforts to fund the Cherry Tree Endowment. The Trust donated 10% of all funds from the Ball’s silent auction to the Red Cross’ relief efforts for those affected by the recent earthquake and Tsunami.


Rock ‘n’ Roll with Second Wind next Sat

Come rock out with SECOND WIND at PJ Skidoos

May 14th 9:30PM

9908 Fairfax Boulevard, Fairfax, VA 22030

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Limited Edition Mother’s Day Cupcakes!

Every mother deserves a delicious little treat on their special day! Right now through this weekend  CRUMBS Cupcakes will be  selling their limited edition Mother’s Day cupcakes. Available for purchase are a variety of adorable cupcakes ranging in size from itty bitty minis to the colossals and  themed decorations including pink icing, hearts and flowers.

HELP: Lost puppy

My good friend lost this adorable little Chihuahua named Bella around April 7th. It happend  around 9pm near the intersection of Legato Road and Post Forest Drive in Fairfax, Virginia.

Bella was last seen wearing a pink collar with rhinestones and a pink shirt/dress.

If found or have any helpful information regarding Bella please call Claudia: (703) 362-3158 OR James: (703) 507-9111

Fashion for Leukemia

Make a difference by joining the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and upcoming designer Samuel Ugglee, for a full night of fashion, fun and charity at DC’s very own hot spot Josephine’s. All of the nights proceeds will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Snag your tickets HERE!

Fashion for Paws: Big names, big money

The area’s biggest animal fashion fundraiser of the year raised $520,000 for the Washington Humane Society. Entertainment Tonight’s fashion expert Lawrence Zarian served as honorary host at the annual Fashion for Paws runway show. A string of reality show stars, athletes and DC movers and shakers walked the runway. More here

Hanami: The Flower Viewing

Join local DC artist Don Patron and Ladies DC for Hanami: The Flower Viewing, a benefit to aid the Japanese Red Cross Society. Join the evening that will pay a tribute to beautiful artwork while also supporting the relief efforts of the Japan Tsunami. The event will be held this Thursday, April 14th at L2 Lounge in Georgetown. 


“Art should have an obligation to humanity ” – Don Patron

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