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See Inside the New Rag & Bone Women’s Store in Georgetown

All photographs by WindowsWear courtesy Rag & Bone.

The New York brand has brought a second installment of their urbanite apparel boutique to Washington, opening it right next door to their current storefront in Georgetown. Rag & Bone, which originally started with menswear in 2002 before adding in womenswear in 2005, is dividing and conquering by separating their lines into the two storefronts.

The new 875-square-foot storefront will sell exclusively womenswear, with ready-to-wear, shoes, and accessories, while the original Rag & Bone location will market the brand’s menswear. The design of the womenswear boutique embraces an industrial chic style that matches the brand’s downtown vibe through exposed brick and wood beams, brass light fixtures, and custom walnut shelving.

The store opened on June 9 at 3061 M St., NW. Take a peek inside below before visiting in person.

The 875-square-foot boutique sits adjacent to Rag & Bone's original Georgetown storefront.
The 875-square-foot boutique sits adjacent to Rag & Bone’s original Georgetown storefront.
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Rag & Bone’s womens denim runs around $185 to $295.
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The store is outfitted with a custom Parquet de Versailles floor.
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The shop sells women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, and shoes.
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The brand’s collection of stylish, minimalistic designs function for work or play.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.

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