Coordinating dark outfits worn by Carlis of Spicy Candy DC, me, and Monica of MonaLavinia
“The Pallet Project” an evening of fashion, art, and music inside a majestic 1912 building brought to us by No Kings Collective
Bleed ‘em dry heart by Kelly Towles
Loved her sculptural hair & Jamal‘s leather-sleeved denim jacket
The runway at Know Fashion featuring Kolton.J jewelry by Jenny Schretter
Mural by Kelly Towles
Carlis of Spicy Candy DC mixing leather and plaid
The extraordinary room that housed the event has been through many reincarnations. It was built in 1912 as the headquarters of the Equitable Co-Operative Building Association, and was turned into a nightclub in the 90s. It is one of only 15 interiors designated an historic landmark in the city!
Art installation by Drew Storm Graham
Quincy Jones of Prepster Punk in front of a mural by Kelly Towles
Skull installation by Paul Mericle
Installation by Diana Cruz
Love Carlis‘ hair & make-up!
Theresa by Kelly Towles
Sean Martae wearing one of my favorite outfits of the evening
I’m wearing my favorite vegan leather jacket by Silence + Noise, a Gap oversized sweatshirt, leather leggings, and a Juliana Jabour bag
Our friends at No Kings Collective, known for their art productions and pop-up projects (Activation 440, Submerge Art Fair, The Water Street Project), have organized the “Pallet Project: 300 Pallets x 7 Artists x NKC” from October 18th through the 21st at 915 F St NW. Last night, we attended the first event “Know Fashion”, but there are 3 more free nights of art events and exhibits this weekend. See the schedule for an opportunity to see DC artists showcase their work in a magnificent and historic space.