The store has moved the Yiro lines of children’s clothing and furnishings to a suburban
location to concentrate on its namesake
specialty. Merchandise is eco-friendly, comprising recycled or non-off-gassing materials
and mostly avoiding batteries. Educational
games and books complete the assortment.
1419 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.; 202-333-0032;
Oliver Dunn, Moss &Co.
and Catharine Roberts
Upper Wisconsin Avenue is antiques row, and
a collaboration between three of the thorough-
fare’s longtime dealers produces the assortment
of vintage and new goods at Moss & Co.—from
faux bois and animal heads both real and fake
to romantically patinated French furniture.
1657 Wisconsin Ave N.W.; 202-337-0540
Situated on the north side of the C&O
Canal and redeveloped as a design
district in 2005, Cady’s Alley embodies the transformation of Georgetown
from port city to enclave of D.C. luxury.
Boutique owner Nancy Pearlstein outfits
the many types of upscale Washington
woman with meticulously tailored businesswear by Aspesi, tasteful selections
from houses such as Balenciaga and
accents that grab attention like Marni
footwear. 3312 Cady’s Alley N. W.; 202-
333-5343; relishdc.com —David Sokol
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