New Store Opening July 11: Treasury

The ladies formerly known as Listopad (read their interview and see the adorable photoshot here) are opening up a boutique of their own, Treasury, in a townhouse space above Som Records on 14th Street. Ie, IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD (yess!). Each of you should stuff some bills under your mattresses to snap up some carefully curated goodie on July 11.


From the release:


New 14th Street Boutique to Offer a Finely Curated Selection of Clothing, Accessories and Lifestyle Items for Local Aesthetes

Treasury, a concept boutique offering Washington’s finest vintage apparel, will open to the public on Saturday, July 11. Located at 1843 14th Street N.W., Treasury is an exciting addition to the city’s fashion landscape, offering a carefully curated array of clothing, accessories and lifestyle items for woman, man and child. Treasury will open its doors to the public at noon July 11, offering grand opening sale prices on each and every item on display.

About Treasury
Melding an appreciation for the historical with the quest for modern beauty, Treasury views its products as artifacts of superior quality and exceptional craftsmanship. Each vintage garment is hand-selected for its design details and is intended to be reinterpreted and repurposed by the stylish and socially conscious individual. In addition to encouraging responsible consumerism, Treasury embraces the environmentally-minded collision of the new and old, as reflected in the sustainable bamboo flooring and antique furniture found in Treasury’s comfortable, meticulously-designed retail space. Taking
aesthetic inspiration from Washington’s great museums, Treasury wishes to provide its clientele with exquisite vintage apparel imbued with a genuine sense of discovery.

Prior to the launch of Treasury, co-owners Cathy Chung and Katerina Herodotou made a stir in local fashion circles with Listopad, a pop-up shop known for its numerous collaborations with Washington businesses, including Marvin, Red Onion Records & Books, Napoleon Bistro and others. Over the course of two years, Listopad-helmed events drew enthusiastic crowds as well as recognition from The Washington Post, Daily Candy and Project Beltway.

Now Chung and Herodotou have found a permanent home for their unique vision on 14th Street, in the heart of D.C.’s burgeoning U Street corridor. And while the boutique will be a fitting addition to the bustling shops, restaurants and nightclubs that surround it, Treasury promises to bring Washingtonians to yet another place: the intersection of yesterday and today, classic and progressive, timeworn and timeless.

Treasury will be open Thursdays 5 PM – 9 PM; Fridays 12 PM – 8 PM; Saturdays 12 PM – 8 PM; Sundays 12 PM – 6 PM.

For more information, please visit or contact Katerina Herodotou at


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