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KNOW FASHION

KOLTON.J presents in collaboration with No Kings Collective a fashion event hosted by Jenny Schretter of KOLTON.J and Kate Michael of K Street Kate featuring a silent auction, live painting by Maggie O’Neill, live screen-printing by Twice as Warm, instillation environment designed by artists Brandon Hill and James Kerns, and runway presentation featuring: KOLTON.J,Walish Gooshe,ACCOUTRE,Commonwealth and Tsyndyma with live featured performances by DJ Spinser Tracy, DJ Jerome Baker III, Jeff Boyd and a collaboration performance with world renowned dancer Geoffrey “Toyz Are Us” Chang, and international artist Tabi Bonney as his last Washington DC performance and surprise musical guest. DC KNOWS FASHION.


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ABOUT KOLTON.J

Started by DC native Jenny Schretter out of customer demand, KOLTON.J is a handmade eco-vintage jewelry label that melds premium vintage components with modern materials. Named “Best Of” jewelry by Washingtonian Magazine (2012), KOLTON.J has been featured in media such as InStyle Magazine, People StyleWatch, Redbook, Washingtonian Magazine, PanacheMode, DailyCandy, Worn Magazine, and Washington Flyer among others, in addition to being adorned by celebrities and stylists alike. KOLTON.J jewelry is available online and in high-end boutiques across the country, as well as custom work for organizations such as The National Museum of Women in the Arts. KOLTON.J is committed to social impact and philanthropy, proudly donating 10% of every online purchase to selected women and children’s-based charities. For more information, visit: www.koltonj.com.

ABOUT NO KINGS COLLECTIVE

No Kings Collective is an artist collective based out of Washington, DC composed and run by local artists that build professional working relationships with area artists, businesses and city organizations through social networking events, exhibits and special projects. Over the last five years, No Kings Collective has gained local and national recognition for flash art exhibitions and temporary gallery spaces, [providing new and exciting social events to promote a thriving art community in the nation’s capitol.