The Rizik family says goodbye to their clients, staff, and community after 113 years of fashion for Washington DC's women. The showroom is closed but inventory continues to be sold online for the next few months.
Rizik's will be closing its location at Connecticut Avenue and L Street NW in Washington on June 30, 2021. From June 1 to June 30 all merchandise will be offered at reductions from 50-75%.
Rizik's Boutique will launch a special online shopping experience Monday, February 1st. This allows us to bring some of our best fashions from our stock room to your home.
On December 10, 2020 we were notified that a staff member has contracted the COVID-19 virus. This person is currently quarantining and will be doing so for the next 10 days. With this news, Rizik’s Boutique has decided to temporarily close to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients.
We loved this recent article by Robin Givhan in the Washington Post profiling Christian Siriano. Givhan highlights Siriano's simple act of goodwill that transformed his business from non-essential to essential when Siriano offered his team of idle seamstresses to help produce masks for the city of New York.
Rizik's ambassadors Elaine Kennedy and Kama Godek attended Sprout Therapeutic and Riding Center's Gallop Gala this last weekend.
New York Fashion Week may have regained some of its lost luster under the direction of Tom Ford, the new Chairman of the CFDA.
The Allison Gala took place on Friday, September 6 at the Four Seasons Hotel. This not-to-be missed fundraiser celebrates the life of Allison Virginia Ryan and raises critical funds for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.
Rizik’s is pleased to sponsor The 61st Annual Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC, October 22-27.
Rizik's is proud to support The Allison Gala, an annual event celebrating the life of Allison Virginia Ryan and raising critical funds for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.