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Must Be In The Genes: Meet The Sibs Behind Our Fave New Shop

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    We're firm believers that good things come in pairs, particularly when it comes to fashionable families. Mary-Kate and Ashley, Theodora and Alexandra Richards, Elle and Dakota, Laura and Kate Mulleavy — you see where we're going with this, right? So, we're doubly elated that D.C. has gotten its very own shot of sisterly style—with a brand-new storefront to boot.

    Meet Christina and Natalie Albina, girl-crush-worthy stylists and shop owners who were born and bred in Bethesda, and plan to call it home for the long haul. Each half of this sartorial set has a distinct way of dressing: One is edgy, tough, and eclectic with a penchant for arm-partying; while the other is polished and feminine with a preference for minimalism. But they both share a passion for helping their clients build badass wardrobes, and they gave us a special peek at their own favorite looks during a special tour of Style Etoile, their Rockville boutique. Click through to get to know this dynamic duo and peep some unreal eye candy. (You might wanna stash that credit card away first. Just sayin'…)

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An Industrial Dream Wedding In Upstate New York

Summer is beyond sweet, but there ain’t no feeling like fall! Just look at this Basilica Hudson wedding and tell us you aren’t just a little bit excited for the leaves to change. Michelle and Phil went to college with photographer Lisa Berry, and they loved that she shot even the tiniest details on their big day. read

These Lamps Are The Next Bright Thing In Design

In the past five years, we at Sight Unseen have watched the American design scene explode with amazing new talents, not just in New York, but in cities like Seattle, Chicago, and D.C., too. But, we never thought we’d see the day when one of the industry's most promising hailed from somewhere as far off the beaten path as read