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D.C. is among America’s most fashionable cities, according to new research

We’ve been called called rude, ugly and over-caffeinated — but no D.C. superlative has proved quite as shocking as today’s addition to the ever-growing list. Washington, long derided as the land of dowdy pantsuits and Ann Taylor uniforms, was ranked among the most fashionable cities in America. Read full article >>
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