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Hannah Walker is a senior at Georgetown University, majoring in English and minoring in Japanese. This mostly means she can justify spending a lot of money on books and sushi. She grew up in New Jersey, which has instilled in her a love of Bruce Springsteen, strong opinions about pizza quality, and a complete inability to pump her own gas. A devotee of stories in all forms, she is an avid reader, tv- and movie-watcher, and playgoer. Hannah especially loves the arts in DC, from Artomatic to Opera at the Kennedy Center to street art in Adams Morgan. Hannah is happy to talk at length about any new books or movies, and jumps at any opportunity to cover cultural events. If you have a Washington, DC charity or cultural event, restaurant, boutique, spa, or salon you would like covered on Miss A, please contact Hannah at hannahrtwalker@gmail.com.

Modern Vintage Shop And Social At Nana

Missing the days of chic flapper dresses and bobs? How about full poodle skirts and saddle shoes? Or bell-bottoms and fringe? It doesn’t really matter what era or style you’re longing for or (better yet) already bringing up into the 21st century, because Quarter Life (vintage DC-centric blog extraordinaire) is hosting the Modern Vintage Shop and Social for lovers of any and all vintage styles.

Photo Credit: Modern Vintage

Wear your favorite vintage pieces Wednesday February 29th to Nana on Mount Pleasant Street, and commune with fellow lovers of the silhouettes and accessories of bygone days! Pictures of all the fantastic styles will be taken and compiled into a “vintage appreciation” album, and when you’re not posing for the paparazzi you can chat, snack, and shop!

WHEN: Wednesday, February 29, 2012. 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

3068 Mount Pleasant St. NW
Washington, DC
Ph. 202-667-6955

TICKETS: are free! But RSVP online here in advance. 

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