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The Fancy Feast: Obligatory Jolie-Pitt edition

January 12, 2012 - 12:52 PM
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So Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were apparently in town this week. They met with Obamas and went to a party where they talked about her new movie and she wore a gray coat and, oh, what's the use trying to make this visit sound interesting. It's nothing personal against these fine-looking people, but since Angie stopped kissing her brother and wearing blood around her neck, it's been harder to get worked up about her.

In fact, the juiciest detail any of our region's gifted gossip reporters managed to wrangle from the Jolie-Pitt stop in D.C. was Angie's admission that she's a "closet geek." Speaking to The Hill's Judy Kurtz, Jolie says she likes to discuss politics at home and sit in on trials at the Hague. Oh and Brad was walking with a cane. So there's that.


After six years of lovely floral arrangements, the Martha Stewart Show comes to a close. We’ll always have her Twitter feed, though, where Martha discusses the texture of the Snow Egg dessert at Quay and hanging out with the president of Panama. (Twitter)

Everyone is now supposed to fill their homes will their homes with  twig-inspired décor. (Washingtonian)

Gilt City DC’s Marissa Schneider sips a cappuccino and discusses how she uses social media in the pages of Capitol File. All well and good, but we’re more impressed by how relaxed she kept her face in this photo where she is clearly about to fall off the couch. (Capitol File)

On socialite blog Pamela’s Punch last week: “Vindication: Why We Feel the Need & What We Can Do About It,” a treatise on moral fairness and legal justice. Real-life examples include seeking the death penalty after the murder of a loved one, or wearing a very hot outfit when bumping into that guy who never called you again. (Pamela’s Punch)

Red wine might not actually be that good for you. Local socialites react with dismay. (Twitter)

Local stylistas distraught over allegations against Uber DC taxi, concerned they will be forced to ride in ghetto cabs. (Twitter)

The Glittarazzi girls ride an old-ass escalator at a New York Macy’s. (Tout)

Luke Russert apparently knows what Tory Burch is. (Twitter)

The owners of Evermay, D.C.’s most expensive house, have requested to rezone the Georgetown property to the site of a non-profit. (Curbed DC)

The offspring of Gayle King, sister friend of Oprah, has purchased a luxury condo near Georgetown. (Reliable Source)

If you want to remodel your Watergate apartment, embrace the rounded geometries of the building. (Home and Design)

Do NOT forget to accessorize when dressing to meet your boyfriend’s parents for the first time. (Ask Miss A)

The real housewives of D.C. agree that something called The Barbie Chair is the best gift EVER. (Twitter)

The Georgetown Cupcake gals have been charged with making a full-size jump out of cupcakes for the Washington International Horse Show. Yes, horses will jump over the cupcakes, I don’t know why. (Sidelines, hat tip Curbed DC)


If you joke with your husband about having a threesome, he may one day actually want one. How to cope. (94.7 Fresh)

If your gentleman friend gives you a box of Godiva chocolates and a copy of a Nicholas Sparks book, just know that he got the book for free. (94.7 Fresh)


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