Fresh off the opening of its first standalone store in Tarrant County (located at Southlake Town Center), high-end clothier Johnny Was announced that another location will be opening at The Shops at Clearfork on Friday.
Established in 1987 in Southern California, Johnny Was features a collection of clothing and accessories designed by artisan craftsman from around the world. Known for luxe embroidery and fabrics, the collection is a free-spirited, boho-chic mix of one-of-a-kind kimono jackets, signature scarves and refined leather accessories. The 1,822-square-foot showroom will be located on Monahans Avenue next to Neiman Marcus.
Two other additions to the The Shops at Clearfork recently opened as well. The new day spa, milk + honey, is now open on Marathon Avenue near Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Services include massage, facials, body treatments, peels, waxing, natural nail therapy and a full range of salon treatments. The Austin transplant has grown to include a collection of day spas throughout Texas and a nationally available line of bath, body and skincare.
Another retailer, XAR Clothier, opened a 3,210-square-foot location next to Tiffany & Co. The upscale boutique first opened in 2012 in Southlake, selling a collection of men’s and women’s designer pieces inspired by the culture and style of New York City and London.