#DSMonth Day 8 Recap: Photos and Videos from #DSStyleSalon


Check out photos from the Digital Sisterhood Month’s Salon Series on “DC Style: Past, Present, and Future” that was held on December 8, 2012, at the Tenley-Friendship DC Public Library.

Brea Ellis & Rosemary Reed Miller

Brea Ellis & Rosemary Reed Miller

The Salon Series on “DC Style: Past, Present, and Future” featured a discussion on DC style during the past 30 years, a fashion and style blogger town hall on the present trends in DC style, and a conversation with DC designers on the future of DC style.

Blogger Town Hall Speakers Krystin Hargrove,  Monica Byrd, and Deb Vaughan

Blogger Town Hall Speakers Krystin Hargrove, Monica Byrd, and Deb Vaughan

Brea Ellis and DC designers Philissa Williams and Katherine Martinez

Brea Ellis and DC designers Philissa Williams and Katherine Martinez

The speakers included:

#DSStyleSalon audience

#DSStyleSalon audience

Philissa Williams and her mom & Ananda Leeke

Philissa Williams and her mom & Ananda Leeke

Brea Ellis, a fourth generation Washingtonian and the founder of What I Wore: tip to toe, a personal style blog, and Digital Sisterhood Network founder Ananda Leeke served as moderators. Click here to read Brea’s blog recap about the Salon Series.

Photos and Videos (for videos — turn the volume up on your computer, lap top, tablet or digital device up — low audio recordings)

  • Click here to see the event photos on Flickr.
  • Watch video of Brea Ellis and Rosemary Reed Miller – Part One.
  • Watch video of Brea Ellis and Rosemary Reed Miller – Part Two.
  • Watch video of Brea Ellis and Rosemary Reed Miller – Part Three.
  • Watch video of Krystin Hargrove.
  • Watch video of Monica Byrd.
  • Watch video of Deb Vaughan.
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