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Alabama-based fashion designer Billy Reid has opened his second Texas retail location at The Shops at Clearfork.

The retail shop, Billy Reid, is located on Monahans Avenue between Climate and Tumi. The new location, Reid’s 14th in the U.S., will continue to build the brand’s presence in the South.

“There are so many great things happening in Fort Worth right now, which is why we wanted to open our doors here. We had a store in Dallas in the past, and always had a loyal Fort Worth following there. When we were looking into opening a new store, we knew we had fans of what we’re doing right here, so it made perfect sense” Reid said.

Billy Reid is known for his effortless blend of Southern sophistication and hardworking, high-quality seasonal clothing. Self-described as “lived-in luxury” and “broken-in luxury,” his classic styles are made from premium fabrics, with unusual accents and Southern influence.

The new 1,200 square-foot store sells men and women’s apparel, as well as leather shoes, accessories, and bags. Featuring reclaimed wood on the walls and floors, accents of brass in the fixtures and clothing rails, and art handpicked by the designer that nods to his love for music, the space will figure into many of the Billy Reid’s spirited gatherings and parties. These unique gatherings celebrate both brand’s passion for craftsmanship, while enjoying great food and conversation.

“We are thrilled to welcome Billy Reid to our retail mix, just in time for the holiday season,” said Suzanne Paul, general manager of The Shops at Clearfork. “The store is beautiful and features a selection of clothing, accessories and gift items the Fort Worth community is going to absolutely love!”

Billy Reid is open Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 7 pm, Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm, and Sunday from 12 pm to 6 pm.


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