FASHION’S NIGHT OUT 2011: FNO will return to New York City and launch in cities nationwide this year on Thursday, September 8, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Last year, in NYC alone, more than 1,000 participating stores across the five boroughs feted thousands of shoppers who supported the fashion and retail industries — we expect this year’s event to be even bigger and better, with a lot of fun surprises!

Georgetown is so excited to participate in FNO again this year. Georgetown BID is working diligently with Georgetown businesses to make this night an even bigger success than last year. Georgetown’s Fashion’s Night Out is being hosted by a special committee of DC’s most style-savvy media professionals, stylists and personalities. The host committee is generously giving their time and support to the event, and we look forward to toasting with them in Georgetown on September 8th! I am so honored to be chosen again this year to be on the host committee of this fabulous event.


Mary Amons, Labels for Love

Annie Lou Bayly, DailyCandy DC

Kelly Collis Fredrick, CityShopGirl & 94.7

Marie Coleman, District Couture & DC Style Examiner

Rachel Cothran, projectbeltway.com

Jeff Dufour, UrbanDaddy

Lynda Erkiletian, T.H.E. Artist Agency

Angie Goff, WUSA-9 TV

Walter Grio, Shoot for Change

Philippa Hughes, The Pink Line Project

Samy K, Hot 99.5

Svetlana Legetic, Brightest Young Things

Kate Michael, KStreetKate.net

Sarah Schaffer, Capitol File Magazine

Janice Wallace, The Capitol Fashionista

Andre Wells, Events by Andre Wells

Paul Wharton, PaulWharton.com

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