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Taxidermy and Ties: A Look Inside Ledbury's Georgetown Pop-up

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Menswear brand Ledbury's pop-up shop in Georgetown is ready to open its doors to the public tomorrow. What's in store? You'll find racks of shirts, blazers, ties, and accessories from Ledbury's full line. And they also brought along taxidermy deer heads and a water buffalo head from Richmond to accent the shop's white-washed brick walls. They're mascots, of sorts. The shop was built out in just a week, with custom furniture constructed just for the brand's D.C. pop-up. The shop will be open through December 22, and while customers can try clothes on in Ledbury's waxed canvas curtain-outfitted fitting rooms, merchandise will be shipped via the website. But associates tell Racked DC that accommodating customers' requests is key, whether that's via rush delivery or allowing customers to take home merchandise directly from the store as the pop-up's end date draws near. Click through to check out all seven photos of the Ledbury Georgetown shop.

· Richmond Menswear Brand Ledbury to Open Georgetown Pop-up [Racked DC]
· Ledbury [Official Site]