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Capitale Takes Down Its Epic Portrait of Scott Disick

When nightclub Capitale took over the K Street Lounge space last week, the people of Washington were promised a commissioned Scott Disick portrait as part of the lounge's decor. But tough luck, Washingtonians — the portrait of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians man has been taken down. In a statement to Eater, Capitale partner Tony Hudgins addressed the disappearance of both Disick's portrait and another portrait of actress Tuesday Weld.

While we loved the portraits and they are very much an integral part of the space, they've been temporarily taken down to add some touches a bit more in line with the look of the venue.

And what exactly does that mean? Well, a tipster tells Eater that Capitale is deciding whether to put up enhanced versions of the portraits or replace them with politico portraits for election season. A rep confirms that political-themed portraits could one day be in the mix, and could neither confirm nor deny whether Disick and Weld might return to the walls.

—Adele Chapin

· Capitale [Official Site]
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Image of actual Scott Disick portrait not available, so here, we made one up. You're welcome. [Photo: Wetpaint]

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1301 K Street NW, Washington, DC

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