In this retail round up: a letter from Deborah Kalkstein, owner of hip, avant-garde furniture store Contemporaria, which will be moving out of Georgetown by the end of next month.
Georgetown’s Business Improvement District organization will buy the furniture, install it, plant the plants and trees and maintain them throughout the year.
Online designer clothing and accessory service Rent the Runway will bring its sample sale back to the District from Thursday, Dec. 13, through Saturday, Dec. 23.
This year’s “Glow” programming includes a “Glow All Night” festive shopping night, Book Hill’s “Winter Wonderland” event and themed walking tours.
Independence Day has passed, but we are still showcasing our red, white and blue. What better way to keep cool than in nautical-inspired clothing?...
Selecting a wedding theme for its first big promotion, held June 23, seemed a natural for the new Georgetown Main Street organization. At least 30 businesses participated.
Walking into the Kate Spade store on M Street (and all the others around the world), it is hard not to smile. The bright and whimsical, often preppy designs fit well into the Georgetown aesthetic.
Among the outdoor activities this weekend are: Bike to Work Day, with a pit stop event at Georgetown Waterfront Park, on Friday; and a C&O Canal Pride Day at Fifteenmile Creek on Saturday.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the pop-up — a collaboration with 14th Street florist Little Leaf — will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.
During Saturday's House Tour, St. John’s Episcopal Church hosted, in addition to afternoon tea, an organ recital and a panel discussion by Georgetown architects and designers.