Discussion Series with Refinery29's DC Editor

Open Source Fashion is launching a DC Chapter and we're doing it in style!

For our first event, we are excited to bring you an opportunity to learn from Holly Thomas, Editor of Refinery29 in DC! Refinery29 is an online platform that connects a fast-growing audience of users with content, commerce, and community, giving them all the tips, tricks, and tools they need to live a more beautiful life – and share it with the world.

Join us as we pick Holly's mind!

If you represent a brand or business - We will uncover what it takes to be noticed by one of the most prominent lifestyle media outlet on the planet!

For those media folks (or anyone publishing content regularly) - Learn how to engage your reader, and best practices in regards to distributing your content!

This is an incredible opportunity to learn, and network with follow innovators in the DC Metro area.

RVSP to join.

Note: you will be asked to submit a question or topic of interest along with your RSVP that will add to the discussion.

*Your RSVP includes wine, beer, and light snacks.

- This is an Open Source Fashion Member Only Event -

More on Holly:

Holly E. Thomas is the D.C. editor for Refinery29, a global platform for exploring and discovering personal style. As editor, she covers all things stylish, fun, and cool in Washington, D.C. Before joining Refinery29, she was a reporter at The Washington Post, where she reported on fashion, consumer interests, and the local creative scene. Holly cofounded Butler & Claypool, a vintage retail and design collective, in 2010, and spends her free time scouring for vintage treasures, hosting pop-up shops, and dreaming up DIY projects.

Photo credit: Dominique Fierro

Personal twitter: @hollyt81 Professional twitter: @refinery29 @butlerclaypool www.refinery29.com www.butlerandclaypool.com

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