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Fashion’s Night Out
What: Fashion and trunk shows (Halston Heritage), sweet treats (freebies at Georgetown Cupcake), giveaways (tees and totes from Cusp and Diesel), plus deals, drinks, cameras, and action.
Why: DailyCandy’s D.C. editor, Annie Lou Berman, is one of the hosts (pop into Proper Topper to hear her and The Post’s Jennifer Barger talk fall trends).
When: Fri., 6-11 p.m.
Where: Wisconsin Ave., at M St. NW. Admission is free.
The Still Point
What: Head to the holistic spa’s luxurious new location — a lovely old house with giant porches and a California vibe — for bio-organic skin and body treatments and hard-to-find cult products.
Why: Unwind with some Bob Marley tunes and treat yourself to a signature facial (local honey, black algae, and ultrasound exfoliating) for $90.
When: Mon.-Fri., noon-8 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: 1 Columbia Ave., Takoma Park. Appointments to 301-920-0801.
What: The Washington chapter of the American Institute of Architects hosts three weeks of talks, seminars, tours, parties, films, and exhibits on all things building related.
Why: A reception with architect and furniture designer Piero Lissoni, a green housing symposium at the Canadian embassy, plus architect- and engineer-designed structures made from canned goods.
When: Fri.-Sept. 30.
Where: Various locations. Tickets ($5-$100) online at cvent.com.
What: Free alternative foodie event features samples, speakers, cooking demos, and local vendors.
Why: Talks by chef Tal Ronnen (author of The Conscious Cook), news anchor Wendy Rieger, former The Washington Post columnist Colman McCarthy, and Miss D.C. Mackenzie Green.
When: Sat., noon-6 p.m.
Where: University Yard at George Washington University, 2000 H St. NW, b/t 20th & 21st Sts.
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