Fifty Tysons area professional men who understand the importance of a first impression attended the Tysons Men of Style event at the Grooming Lounge Tysons Galleria where they enjoyed wine from Paradise Springs Winery, gourmet bites from Wildfire, complimentary grooming services from the Experts at the Grooming Lounge and wardrobing advice from Grant Harris of Image Granted, Chris Hogan of Off The Cuff, Barnette Holston of The DC Fashion Fool and Kevin Gray of Men’s Style Point.
Mike Gilman, CEO of Grooming Lounge — “We were lucky to partner with a great group of men’s style experts: the founders of Image Granted, Men’s Style Point, OffTheCuff and The DC Fashion Fool; to provide a 360 degree experience on style.”
Chris Hogan, Editor-in-Chief of Off The Cufff – “Held in the wonderfully masculine bastion of the Grooming Lounge, Tysons Men of Style was an evening of fashion, style, and camaraderie. We all had a great time and enjoyed the wine and food – and of course the haircuts, shaves, and massages. Most of all, the evening was a celebration of what makes the menswear community such an important one; a common belief that while how you dress and present yourself is important, who you are a person matters most.”
Grant Harris, Image Granted –“Working with the DC area’s preeminent grooming outpost for men was a pleasure. I was humbled to be a part of something so important in the progression and celebration of men’s style in DC. I look forward to working with the Grooming Lounge and it’s partners again in the future.”
Barnette Holston, The DC Fashion Fool –“The Tysons Men of Style event was a great way to directly connect with guys in the area. Not only could they enjoy some great grooming services from the Grooming Lounge but they had an opportunity to directly connect with style experts who each had different but terrific style and wardrobing tips. The most frequent question I was asked was, ‘What is one thing that every man should have in his closet?’ My response is a crisp white shirt. It’s great for a casual piece and is the first go to piece for a dressier occasion.”