Charm Georgetown and Sophie Blake NY host FAD Georgetown Celebration

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Washington, DC – October 9, 2913 – Jewelry retailer Charm Georgetown will host a special fashion presentation by New York jewelry designer Sophie Blake NY to celebrate FAD Georgetown thisFriday, October 11, 2013 from 6 – 10PM. Guest will enjoy light bites and champagne while shopping Sophie Blake jewelry and the stores newest inventory. The event is free and open to the public.

WHAT: Charm Georgetown + Sophie Blake NY’s FAD Georgetown Celebration

WHEN: Friday, October 11, 2013

TIME: 6:00pm – 10:00pm

WHERE: Charm Georgetown 2910 M ST NW, Washington, DC 20007

SOCIAL: @SophieBJewelry @CharmGeorgetown @FADGeorgetown

About Sophie Blake NY (www.sophieblakeny.com)  With an eye for unique design and construction, Sophie launched her first collection with Henri Bendel New York in 2011. Her designs quickly caught the attention of top editors and have been featured in national and international publications including; Vogue, Elle, InStyle, Redbook, More, OK Magazine, Time out New York, New York Post, Daily Candy, Cleo Australia, Style Australia, The Improper Bostonian and Boston Magazine. The collection has been spotted on celebrities and socialites including Ashley Madekwe, Katharine Mcphee, Liane La Havas, Sarah Gadon, Anushka Sharma, Shweta Nanda and Beverly Johnson. All of the pieces are handmade exclusively in New York City and often use limited edition vintage accents, chains and Swarovski crystals.

About Charm (www.charmgeorgetown.com)  Charm is the first of its kind jewelry shop in Washington, DC. Located in the best shopping area of the District, Georgetown is the perfect home for Charm. When you step in to the shop you are instantly filled with a sense of timeless elegance combined with the awe of cutting edge forwardness. Owned by Jaclyn Mason, a born and bred Washingtonian, Charm is filled with her own personal style and her love of fashion and jewelry. She has combined the trendiness of New York City, the laid back flair of L.A. with the more conservative element of D.C.

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