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See 22 Photos of All The Brands at Cady's Alley Holiday Bazaar

Rainer Castillo and Jon-Mark Craddock from Chubbies
Rainer Castillo and Jon-Mark Craddock from Chubbies
Photos: R. Lopez

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Last week, we showed you a glimpse of Tuckernuck's pop-up shop at Cady's Alley Holiday Bazaar in Georgetown, and in case you haven't had a chance to visit the bazaar, here's a virtual tour of all five brands who are currently setting up shop there. Located in a spacious showroom, the retailers went all out with the installation of their spaces. In addition to vignettes stocked with gift ideas from clothing to jewelry to home decor, expect to find Christmas trees constructed completely of gift boxes and paper.

It's a fun place to hang out too. There's a ping-pong table upstairs at Read Wall, a "man cave" designed by Chubbies complete with cornhole set, and a shop dog visits over at Victoria Road. Check out the photos after the jump before you make the trip out to Cady's Alley. The pop-up will be open through Sunday, January 5.

Tuckernuck: Georgetown's own lifestyle brand with clothing, accessories, home decor, and gifts for the contemporary prepster.


Chubbies: This San Francisco-based brand is focused solely on making the absolute best shorts for dudes.


Read Wall: Shop American-made sportswear with fabrics sourced from Italy, Japan, and the U.S.


Zestt:: Modern home decor with clean lines, bright colors and lots of chevrons.


Victoria Road: This new D.C.-based brand focuses on home goods and little luxuries from artisans and small businesses in emerging markets like Pakistan.


· Tuckernuck and Friends Pop Up in Cady's Alley for the Holidays [Racked DC]
· Cady's Alley [Official Site]