Rendering courtesy of Bart Shaw Open Open Open While some stores are still in the drywall/electrical/ painting stage, several others are set to make their Fort Worth debuts. No longer will Neiman Marcus be the solo act in the retail show that is The Shops at Clearfork off Edwards Ranch Road. Goodness knows we love the aroma of newly stocked shelves, and we’re looking forward to following our olfactory senses around Fort Worth’s glittering new shopping destination. Some of the shops listed are a sure thing for September; others will follow in the months to come. Fort Worth’s WestBend development off South University Drive just announced Bonobos, the company known for comfortable chinos, as part of its mix. It and eyeglasses purveyor Warby Parker will be the newest retail tenants. Rendering courtesy of Tiffany & Co. The Shops at Clearfork Look for shoe retailer Stanley Eisenman to be a presence with a new boutique designed by architect Bart Shaw (Pax & Parker, Fort Worth Camera). The boutique will spotlight special offerings from favorite designers Stuart Weitzman, Pedro Garcia and Salpy, and introduce new brands such as Bettye Muller and Materia Prima by Goffredo Fantini, as well as a new line of sneakers from On. The Hulen store closes in November, but the Camp Bowie Boulevard location will remain open. Louis Vuitton and Burberry, iconic international brands, complete the trilogy of luxury labels located near Neiman Marcus that are scheduled to open mid-September. Also on target for this month: Tory Burch, with ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, accessories and more; Houston’s Elaine Turner, with women’s handbags, shoes, jewelry and clothing; and Tommy Bahama, with coastal fashion for men and women. Men will have more options thanks to Rye 51, with “small-batch” casual clothing, and its sibling, Q Clothier, which offers custom and one-off apparel. Both stores also offer a specialized shopping experience including a whiskey bar and knowledgeable staff. Sister store, Double R, is aimed at women looking for custom suits and top-notch tailoring. Look for a Toni & Guy salon and a Tumi travel goods store to open, as well. The most recent announcement includes Dallas-based Mill No. 3, Apricot Lane Boutique, Evereve, Hemline, Sunglass Hut and Climate, plus jewelry stores Alex and Ani and Pandora. These will give Clearfork a bigger mix when it comes to price points. While we’ve loved seeing the construction wall of Tiffany & Co. in robin’s egg blue, we look forward to the Sept. 14 reveal of the 3,815-square-foot store at Clearfork with a façade and interiors inspired by the company’s storied heritage, including its Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City. In addition to distinct and separate spaces for fine and fashion jewelry, there’s a bridal salon. Among the noted collections, look for Tiffany HardWear, modern pieces represented by Lady Gaga in the company’s Legendary Style campaign.
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