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#109 Glamour Factory at the National Portrait Gallery

October 24, 2011
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A couple of chi-chi party folk admire the art during the Glamour Factory event.

A few weeks back, the National Portrait Gallery opened its doors for a late-night occasion they called Glamour Factory. Packed to the gills with vintage trendsters sporting a black and white theme, all the mini-events were styled around the concept of old-school celebrity.

You could tweet through a typewriter; inscribe your personal mark on a floor of fame; take a glamourous life-drawing class; or just chill and knock back a glass of bubbly. Of all the museum lates we’ve been to, this one felt the most like it was a rather exclusive club that just happened to have some pretty pictures on the wall. Virtuoso stuff.

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