Automotive Rhythms along with Cadillac, BOSE, NAMAD and WANADA brought out hundreds of D.C. influencers last Wednesday to Long View Art Gallery (1234 9th Street, NW) to kick off the 2016 Washington Auto Show with an “Evening of Style.”
The evening, hosted by WPGC’s Guy Lambert, provided guests with an exclusive preview of the all-new Cadillac CTS-V.
The room was packed with media types, socialites and D.C. elite including D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, Grammy-nominated singer Raheem DeVaughn, and beauty and lifestyle expert, Paul Wharton.
The event, which was a fusion of art, fashion, music and culture offered a unique showcase of Cadillac’s newest vehicle. As the gallery doors opened, guests were greeted by models dressed in elegant evening attire, provided by D.C.-based KAS Collection.
The rhythmic sounds of DJ Jerome Baker III filled the air as the attendees danced and snapped selfies of themselves inside the CTV.
Complimentary cuisine and signature spirits were provided by Courvoisier and Effen Vodka. And the first 150 guests were treated with swag bags, which included tickets to the 2016 Washington Auto Show and Mothers car care products.