The heat was on at Washington Life and Twenty Something Roaring 20s’ rooftop summer soiree featuring upcoming Hill staffers.
The drinks were flowing, and the party was going – and the temperatures weren’t the only things that were el fuego – so was the guest list featuring some of the Hill’s next generation.
As part of our summer issue “Roaring ’20s” special feature highlighting up and coming twenty-something Hill Staffers and in conjunction with the Grey Goose Summer Soiree Series, Washingtonians gathered at Eden rooftop, 1716 I Street NW, to celebrate being twenty-something and making it happen in the nation’s capital.
Some of our featured 15 Capitol Hill staffers in their 20s were in attendance, including David Johns, Brandon Andrews, Cielo Villasenor and Gianelle Rivera, along with many other young and hard-working Washingtonians. You can view the full article here. Talking about moving and shaking, the “Roaring 20s” editorial concept, event, and the guest list, was moved along by Washington Life’s own Twenty Something writer, Ursula Lauriston. Follow her Twenty-Something blog and see what this connected Hill denizen has to say about being in your 20s and making a splash in the nation’s capital.
Guests stayed cool with complimentary Grey Goose cocktails such as the L’orange, The Mogul, La Poire Pro and Le Citron Raspberry Wisp. What to learn how to make your own summer cocktail. Check out these recipes from Grey Goose. Drinks and conversations flowed well into the late hours of the night, as the 20-something crowd took a break from the hustle and bustle of life in our nation’s capital. Chatting about everything from the almost weather to their wardrobe selections, this fine group of individuals celebrated their ever-present youth in style.
The event was the third Grey Goose and Washington Life magazine collaboration, with the other two happening at the Grey Goose Mansion. Stay posted for our next soiree by following us on twitter @washingtonlife.com
Check out these exclusive pics from our Roaring 20′s event HERE