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The new Neiman Marcus store in Fort Worth at The Shops at Clearfork held a private preview shopping event on Thursday, Feb. 9, the day before the new store officially opens.

Never failing to do things up in a big Texas way, guests entering the new store, guests were greeted at valet by life-size Longhorn art, created by local artist Loran Thrasher.

Neiman Marcus Fort Worth selected the Creative Arts Program at Cook Children’s Medical Center to receive a donation in honor our new The Shops at Clearfork location. This gift will help patients by supplying the tools needed for creative expression, with the goal of helping children and their families cope during a most difficult time.

In addition to the donation, Neiman Marcus Fort Worth is saluting the partnership with Cook Children’s displaying patient art pieces at the valet entrance store window. The window showcases a collection of existing patient art, as well as new curated art, specifically for the new grand opening.

As guests roamed the new store, beats by DJ Lucy Wrubel were spinning in Ladies Shoes, while classic pop tunes from Hunter Sullivan played throughout the Men’s area and Prophets and Outlaws’ Texas soul played on the second floor.

The store’s signature popovers and other items were served in the NM Café, with Chef Jon Bonnel who provided catering throughout the store.

Guests were offered hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows and fudgesicles as a departing treat. There was also a favor bag filled with items from Le Metier de Beaute, Tom Ford, R&Co, La Prairie, and a signature Neiman Marcus shopping bag with mints and a chocolate chip cookie.

Guests at the event included: Alex Chantecaille, President of Sales, Chantecaille; Cheryl Yannotti Foland, founder of lilah b.; Jeffrey Levinson, Founder, CEO and Designer, Jeffrey Levinson Handbags; Grace Angkasa, Designer, Jay Strongwater; Loran Thrasher, Local Texas Artist; DJ Lucy Wrubel; Hunter Sullivan band; Prophets and Outlaws’band;

Neiman Marcus Group executives, Karen Katz, President and CEO; Jim Gold, President and Chief Merchandising Officer; John Koryl, President, Neiman Marcus Stores and Online; Neva Hall, Executive Vice President, Neiman Marcus Stores; Scott Mitchell, Vice President, General Manager, Neiman Marcus Fort Worth; Gerald Barnes, Executive Vice President, GMM; Jonathan Joselove, Senior Vice President, GMM; Teri Hardin, Senior Vice President, Director of Stores; Crawford Edwards, Cassco Development Company, President; Paxton Motheral, Vice President, Cassco Development Company; David Contis, President of Simon Malls;

Neiman Marcus Fort Worth

The Shops at Clearfork

5200 Monahans Avenue

Fort Worth 76109


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