Join us on May 16: The Art of Style With Samara Shuter

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On Friday May 16, 2014, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., join OTC and some of D.C.’s coolest brands and style influencers at The Art of Style Happy Hour celebrating artist Samara Shuter.  Sam is the creator of OTC’s suit logo, and more importantly, a talent whose international reputation continues to grow as more people discover her distinctive, menswear-influenced style.

Our other partners for the event – Bull+Moose, Nice Laundry, Read Wall, and Stubble & Stache – will have their outstanding wares on display.  Share a drink with the brands’ founders and meet up with other menswear enthusiasts.  You’ll be able to meet Sam and take a look at some of her iconic images on display.  We may even raffle off a couple of prints!

We are looking forward to a great crowd and some pretty special guests – Washingtonian Magazine and DC Magazine will both be there to cover the evening.

Our venue for the evening is D.C.’s The Huxley, a seriously cool event space centrally located near DuPont Circle.  The Art of Style Happy Hour is going to be one of the hottest events of the season and a great chance to hang out with some of the most fashionable and interesting folks in the capitol city’s style scene.

We will be updating you on the event as it gets closer, so make sure to check out our Facebook page.  And, of course, make sure to RSVP today and get your free tickets!

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