A long time favorite of Georgetown, Everard’s, is holding a special daytime event this Saturday, September 24th from 11am-5pm. Renown designer, Daniel Dolce, will be in the store personally along with Afghan War veteran, Shane Duffy (in above photo). Shane is the model and spokesman for the men’s collection. He is also the first Afghan veteran to be hired as a model, and he volunteers twice a week for the USO in New York City.
The store is kindly donating 10% of our proceeds from this event to The USO and will be offering refreshments throughout the day.
Daniel Dolce will be presenting his signature collection of glass and semiprecious cufflinks, handmade Italian ties, scarves and dress shirts – the perfect compliments for the well-dressed gentleman.
Ladies, even though taking care of your man and meeting Shane Duffy in person is enough to bring you in, don’t think you will be left out, as a Yoana Baraschi representative will be present to showcase the Fall and Holiday collections from this Romanian-born, New York-based designer, featuring a line of contemporary dresses, jackets and more all made in New York City.
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