“They’re fashionable and more affordable because they’re developed within the company,” he writes. He also advises staffers to check out the clothes at J.Crew and H&M for stylish and budget-friendly pieces.
Gunn has experience with fashion on the Hill thanks to his lobbying efforts on behalf of the Design Piracy Prohibition Act, which would put an end to knockoff bags, dresses and other clothing items.
Hunky Illinois Senate candidate and state Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias was spotted in D.C. over the weekend.
A spy found the Democrat pacing outside the Hotel George on Saturday while chatting on a cell phone. We hear Giannoulias, who was dressed casually in a light blue T-shirt and jeans, is easy on the eyes. Our spy went so far as to describe him as “hot.”
Giannoulias was in town for a Sunday appearance on “Meet the Press,” where he debated his Republican opponent, Illinois Rep. Mark Kirk.
Celebs Come to Town to Honor Police Who Investigate Crime
“Law & Order: SVU” star Richard Belzer and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” star Vincent D’Onofrio will be in D.C. this week.
The faux crime-fighting detectives will join Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on Thursday at a black-tie gala commemorating the beginning of construction of the National Law Enforcement Museum.
Unlike the Museum of Crime and Punishment in Chinatown, the National Law Enforcement Museum will be the only Congressionally authorized museum dedicated to crime-fighting professions.
The gala, set to take place at the National Building Museum, will feature more than just TV actors. It will display a few of the exhibits planned for the upcoming museum.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, speaks with reporters in the Capitol after a speech on the Senate floor that accused the CIA of searching computers set up for Congressional staff for their research of interrogation programs.