The new Nova Bossa showcases handcrafted, female-run Latin American looks, including a mesh knitted dress, $1,558, Bruja bucket bag (inset), $354, and Calamar earrings, $88.
SHOPCarolina Furukrona’s new boutique, Nova Bossa, located in La Cosecha near Union Market, showcases artisanal, predominantly female-run lifestyle brands throughout Latin America. Spring’s sartorial coups include a handmade mesh knitted dress handcrafted by third-generation leather makers from Medellín, Colombia, along with a bucket bag and earrings from Mexico’s Yucatán region. 1280 Fourth St. NE
EATTrekking to Trummer’s in the village of Clifton has never been more alluring, especially with its chic redesign by Martha Vicas, revamped menu created by chef Jon Cropf (a rotisserie oven was imported from France to prepare spit-roasted meats) and pure magic from pastry chef Meagan Tighe. 7134 Main St., Clifton, Va., 703.266.1623
SEEFrom the mid-1860s through the turn of the century, Edgar Degas created masterpieces of modernity that reflect the human form and the spirit of the arts. Degas at the Opéra, opening at the National Gallery of Art this month, features beloved paintings, pastels, drawings, prints and sculpture. It’s the gallery’s spring bouquet to the city. March 1-July 5, Constitution Avenue between Third and Ninth streets
STAYKimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor celebrates a decade of luxe this month with the Solid 10 package: a two-night stay in the 1,300-square-foot Majestic Suite, a 10-course tasting-menu dinner for two at B&O American Brasserie, private black-car service, two 50-minute in-room massages, a private helicopter tour of Baltimore and Annapolis, and a personal photographer to capture the fun. $10,000, 2 N. Charles St., Baltimore, 443.692.6170