FASH­ION & JEWELRY

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ADELER JEWELERS

Cel­e­brat­ing more than 40 years of stun­ning cus­tom jewelry, Adeler Jewelers pro­duces one-of-a-kind pieces that are spot­ted on celebri­ties on the red car­pet and Wash­ing­ton no­ta­bles on the town. Each item is cus­tom-de­signed by Jorge Adeler (who owns the store with his wife and daugh­ters), then hand­crafted in-house by master crafts­men. IN­SIDER TIP: For in­spi­ra­tion, check out the jew­eler’s red-car­pet blog, which doc­u­ments A-list celebri­ties wear­ing the brand’s cus­tom de­signs. 772 Walker Road, Great Falls, 703-759-4076; adel­er­jew­el­ers.com

AN AMER­I­CAN IN PARIS

The shop on tree-lined King Street is a must-visit for its one-of-a-kind pieces, evening gowns, and de­sign­ers like 525 Amer­ica and Jill Stu­art. IN­SIDER TIP: Ask for owner Joelle Soli­mano, who care­fully cu­rates the tra­di­tional French-in-DC aes­thetic of the bou­tique. 1225 King St., Alexan­dria, 703-519-8234; anamer­i­can­in­parisol­dtown.com

BOONE & SONS

This fam­ily-owned jewelry store has served DC—and four White House ad­min­is­tra­tions!—for over 40 years. To­day, Boone & Sons has grown to three DMV lo­ca­tions, each of­fer­ing fine and fash­ion jewelry, as well as loose di­a­monds and luxe watches. 1025 Con­necti­cut Ave. NW, 202-7854653; boone­and­sons.com

BOT­TEGA VENETA

The brand’s sig­na­ture tech­nique for weav­ing leather (known as in­trec­ciato) turns its bags, bracelets, and ac­ces­sories into cov­etable ob­jects, but Creative Direc­tor To­mas Maier’s ge­nius for un­der­stated

Ital­ian style also comes through in beau­ti­fully draped dresses in sub­tly tinted shades. Tysons Gal­le­ria, 703-443-3138; bot­te­gaveneta.com

BROOKS BROTH­ERS

Bring­ing a re­fresh­ing style evo­lu­tion to the preppy Amer­i­can cloth­ier, newly in­stalled Creative Direc­tor for Wom­enswear Zac Posen makes the la­bel about more than just clas­si­cally tai­lored men’s suits, as ladies can look for­ward to up­dated preppy styles and sil­hou­ettes and lots of color. 3077 M St. NW, 202-2988797; brooks­broth­ers.com

CANALI

Get cus­tom-suited with this re­li­able prac­ti­tioner of clas­sic Ital­ian style. The brand’s made-to-mea­sure pro­gram, Su Misura, in­cludes a con­sul­ta­tion to dis­cuss the client’s tastes and needs, a fit­ting, and the chance to choose from hun­dreds of fabrics and cus­tom fin­ishes. Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-5456579; canali.com

CI­TYCEN­TERDC

Down­town DC’s hottest shop­ping mecca, this des­ti­na­tion is a one-stop shop with a care­fully cu­rated col­lec­tion of lux­ury re­tail­ers. The stores range from fine jewelers like Bul­gari to fash­ion heavy hit­ters like Carolina Her­rera, Sal­va­tore Ferragamo, and Zadig & Voltaire. For din­ing, there’s Milk Bar for some­thing sweet and Fig & Olive for some­thing sa­vory. IN­SIDER TIP: Check back of­ten to see the ro­tat­ing in­stal­la­tions in Palmer Al­ley. SwatchRoom’s Dream Closet in­stal­la­tion is cur­rently daz­zling shop­pers with its glit­ter­ing lights sus­pended in the air. 800 10th St. NW, 202-2899000; ci­tycen­terdc.com

DAVID YURMAN

The fash­ion jewelry brand cre­ates ever-new vari­a­tions on its clas­sic ca­ble and chevron pat­terns, from ev­ery­day bracelets to en­gage­ment rings and elab­o­rate pavé de­signs. Tysons Gal­le­ria, 703-245-3515; davidyur­man.com

DIOR

The iconic French fash­ion house of­fers ready-to-wear, jewelry, and ac­ces­sories from its new creative direc­tor, Maria Grazia Chi­uri, who spent 17 years as half of the duo be­hind Valentino. IN­SIDER TIP: The Ci­tyCen­terDC bou­tique is one of the pret­ti­est in the Dis­trict, thanks to a col­lec­tion of com­mis­sioned pieces of fur­ni­ture and a two-story wall of cas­cad­ing LED lights. Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-408-5990; dior.com

DONNA LEWIS

For al­most two decades, this jew­el­box bou­tique has car­ried a cu­rated col­lec­tion of Euro­pean lux­ury goods that ap­peal to the down­town shop­per. It of­fers de­signs for both men and women, and the brands in­clude Ki­ton, Bel­vast, Xa­cus, and the new Ger­man jean com­pany Mac. 309 Cameron St., Alexan­dria, 703-548-2452; don­nalewis­usa.com

FILSON

Tucked into a cozy store on 14th Street, Filson is a hub for high-end, Amer­i­can-made out­door cloth­ing, bags, leather goods, and ac­ces­sories (think hunt­ing, camp­ing, and fish­ing) for men, women, and pups! IN­SIDER TIP: Check out their new watch col­lec­tion—it’s one to covet. 1534 14th St. NW, 202-759-9570; filson.com

GE­ORGE­TOWN OPTICIAN

With an ex­pan­sive col­lec­tion of bold de­signer eye­wear and sun­glasses, this shop of­fers eye ex­ams and a full shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence for those on a quest for de­signer frames from the likes of Mykita and Thom Browne. 1307 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 202-3378237; george­townop­ti­cian.com

GUESS

Last year the Amer­i­can life­style brand marked 35 years of dress­ing lovers of denim with a sexy edge. Look for 1980s and ’90s throw­back pieces, like over­alls and jeans boast­ing the orig­i­nal Guess logo. 7875 Tysons Cor­ner Cen­ter, McLean, 703-288-5172; guess.com

HER­MÈS

Draw­ing heav­ily on its eques­trian her­itage and mak­ing its mark with su­pe­rior crafts­man­ship, Her­mès brings DC shop­pers the ul­ti­mate in re­fine­ment, straight from Paris. The se­lec­tion runs from so­phis­ti­cated wardrobe sta­ples to bags, small leather goods, shoes, and scarves. Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-789-4341; her­mes.com

HUGO BOSS

The Ger­man lux­ury la­bel serves up sleek, no-non­sense fash­ion sta­ples for well-suited gents, from shoes and leather goods to suits and ties. 1517 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 202-625-2677; hugo­b­oss.com

IKE BEHAR

Master tai­lor Ike Behar’s rep­u­ta­tion for fine, hand­crafted, US-made men’s dress shirts con­tin­ues with an ex­panded menswear col­lec­tion over­seen by his three sons. 2900 M St. NW, 202-808-8715; ike­be­har.com

LILJENQUIST & BECKSTEAD

This fam­ily-owned lux­ury jewelry and

watch bou­tique of­fers a vast col­lec­tion of high-end de­sign­ers and a shop-in-shop Rolex bou­tique. There are also cus­tom pieces by in-house master gold­smith Stephen Clarke, whose jewelry ré­sumé in­cludes col­lab­o­ra­tions with such no­ta­bles as in­te­rior de­signer Barry Dixon. IN­SIDER TIP: Clarke was hand­picked by the Smith­so­nian to re­set the Hope Di­a­mond. Tysons Gal­le­ria, McLean, 703-448-6731; lil­jen­quist­beck­stead.com

LOUIS VUIT­TON

For mod­ern-day fans of the his­toric trunk maker, Ni­co­las Gh­esquière of­fers stylish up­grades to the women’s and men’s col­lec­tions, travel goods, and ac­ces­sories. The DC bou­tique pro­vides two per­son­al­iza­tion ser­vices: hot stamp­ing and the more elab­o­rate Mon Mono­gram pro­gram, which al­lows clients to add ini­tials and col­ored stripes to bags, duf­fels, and se­lect ac­ces­sories. Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-774-2519; louisvuit­ton.com

MAX MARA

Last fall, the oh-so-clas­sic and clean Ital­ian fash­ion house launched a new cam­paign fea­tur­ing It girl Gigi Ha­did and rein­tro­duced its iconic 101801 camel cash­mere top­coat. The mix of fresh faces and archival fa­vorites is part of the cel­e­bra­tion of Max Mara’s 65th birth­day. Tysons Gal­le­ria, 703-556-6962; us.max­mara.com

NEIMAN MAR­CUS

Home to haute names like Tom Ford and Alexan­der McQueen, the must-shop re­tailer brings cus­tomers ready-to-wear, ac­ces­sories, and so much more for a shop­ping trip worth splurg­ing on. IN­SIDER TIP: They have the only Van Cleef & Ar­pels bou­tique from Char­lotte, North Carolina, to Short Hills,

New Jersey. Tysons Gal­le­ria, McLean, 703-761-1600; neiman­mar­cus.com

PAUL STU­ART

The lux­ury re­tailer is the top choice for menswear with an old-world touch, in­clud­ing clas­si­cally shaped suits and tuxe­dos; plush, full-width ties; and scarves and pocket squares that add a jaunty splash of pat­tern and

color. 906 I St. NW, Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-754-8866; paulstu­art.com

PRADA

The hip­per-than-thou Ital­ian lux­ury brand has a pen­chant for set­ting trends, thanks to Mi­uc­cia Prada’s dar­ing style and dis­in­ter­est in fash­ion-as-usual. Tysons Gal­le­ria, 703-245-3438; prada.com

SAKS FIFTH AV­ENUE

The go-to for trend­ing yet ac­ces­si­ble con­tem­po­rary col­lec­tions, Saks is one-stop shop­ping for day, night, and ev­ery­thing in be­tween. 5555 Wis­con­sin Ave., Bethesda, 301-6579343; saks.com

SAL­VA­TORE FERRAGAMO

Put your best foot for­ward in sleek Ital­ian style. There’s a se­lec­tion of fine leather goods and ready-to-wear, and the made-to-or­der pro­gram al­lows men to cus­tom­ize the brand’s fa­mously lux­u­ri­ous shoes with a choice of color and ma­te­rial. Ci­tyCen­terDC, 202-2896610; ferragamo.com

SHINOLA

Stock up on Detroit-in­spired bi­cy­cles, watches, bags, and more at the Mo­tor City im­port’s DC out­post. The shop cham­pi­ons Amer­i­can man­u­fac­tur­ers, like Hor­ween Leather and Water­ford Pre­ci­sion Cy­cles, with a history of cre­at­ing beau­ti­ful things. 1631 14th St. NW, 202-470-0250; shinola.com

TIF­FANY & CO.

Good things come in robin’s-egg blue pack­ages at the famed jew­eler’s DC out­post, in­clud­ing sweet­heart neck­laces and rings in ster­ling sil­ver (the Elsa Peretti col­lec­tion); sleek, con­tem­po­rary cuffs and bracelets (the Tif­fany T col­lec­tion); and show-stop­ping fine jewelry (Tif­fany Mas­ter­pieces). The Col­lec­tion at Chevy Chase, 301-657-8777; tif­fany.com

TYSONS GAL­LE­RIA

Lux­ury and con­ve­nience go hand in hand here: There’s fash­ion (Prada, Ermenegildo Zegna, Bot­tega Veneta, and Vince), life­style (Wil­liams-Sonoma or cov­etable pieces from An­thony Vac­carello’s new­est col­lec­tion for Saint Lau­rent), and good eats (Mag­giano’s Lit­tle Italy and Wild­fire). 2001 In­ter­na­tional Dr., McLean, 703-8470555; tyson­s­gal­le­ria.com

UNION MAR­KET

A creative hub with an in­dus­trial, ware­house vibe, the Union Mar­ket dis­trict is home to the An­ge­lika the­ater, the pop-up art/re­tail space Lab1270, the Dock5 event space, and the ac­tual Mar­ket, which houses trendy din­ing (in­clud­ing the Miche­lin Bib Gourmand spot Bid­well’s), plus shop­ping from ar­ti­sanal ven­dors. IN­SIDER TIP: Check the web­site for fun events, chef pop-ups, drive-in movies, and art shows. 1309 Fifth St. NE, 301-3473998; union­mar­ketdc.com

VINCE

Con­tem­po­rary and cool, Vince’s pieces bring mod­ern min­i­mal­ism to men and women of the DC cir­cuit, whether they’re head­ing to the of­fice or run­ning week­end er­rands. Tysons Gal­le­ria, McLean, 703-663-4909; vince.com

SPAS & BEAUTY CE­LADON SALON & SPA

It takes a vil­lage, and that vil­lage—plus oo­dles of re­tail—is at Ce­ladon. IN­SIDER TIP: Owner Ju­dith Korit­sas is an ex­pert guide to or­ganic and nat­u­ral skin­care prod­ucts and in­gre­di­ents. 1180 F St. NW, 202-347-3333; celadon­spa.com

DOLCE VITA SALON AND SPA

The pre­mier salon in McLean, Vir­ginia, takes its fa­cials to the next level with high-tech tools like Der­matude (to stim­u­late col­la­gen and elastin), and the Gal­le­ria lo­ca­tion makes it easy to check off other items on your to-do list. Tysons Gal­le­ria, 703-942-5564; dol­cevi­tasa­lon.com

GE­ORGE­TOWN SALON AND SPA

DC ladies and gents flock here for ev­ery­thing from fa­cials and hair­cuts to wax­ing, nail ser­vices, and elec­trol­y­sis. Walk in or make an ap­point­ment. 2715 M St. NW, 202-333-8099; george­town­sa­lon­spa.com

POL­ISHED OF GE­ORGE­TOWN

Tucked into a de­cep­tively spa­cious spot, Pol­ished of­fers tra­di­tional salon ser­vices, in­clud­ing man­i­cures, pedi­cures, spray tans, and wax­ing. IN­SIDER TIP: Make an ap­point­ment with Pam for a rocket-fast wax that’ll have you in and out in barely 10 min­utes. 1425 Wis­con­sin Ave. NW, 202-333-7877

THE RED DOOR SPA AT THE WIL­LARD

This down­town ho­tel al­lows guests and vis­i­tors to cus­tom­ize a full pam­per­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The menu in­cludes mas­sages (Swedish, deep tis­sue, hot stone), fa­cials, and even an olive oil man­i­cure. 1401 Penn­syl­va­nia Ave. NW, 202-9422700; red­doorspas.com

SPA AT THE RITZCARL­TON, TYSONS COR­NER

The spa at The Ritz of­fers a serene es­cape from the din of the Dis­trict, with sea­sonal treat­ments and pack­ages. IN­SIDER TIP: Be sure to leave time after your ap­point­ment for some loung­ing by the in­door pool. 1700 Tysons Blvd., McLean, 703-744-3924; ritzcarl­ton.com

SPA AT SALA­MAN­DER RE­SORT & SPA

Of­fer­ing some of the best mas­sages in the DMV, the spa at this lux­ury re­sort is a des­ti­na­tion unto it­self. The huge amount of out­door space makes it a full-on well­ness and re­lax­ation oa­sis— just an hour’s drive from DC in horse and hunt coun­try. 2500 N. Pendle­ton St., Mid­dle­burg, 844-303-2723; sala­man­der­re­sort.com

Con­tin­u­ance Bold bracelet in 18k gold, David Yurman ($7,900)

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