What’s next … what’s new … on the Houston retail scene.
Stag — Provisions for Men, the great men-goods store based in Austin, opens in Houston mid to late March at 2614 Westheimer at Kirby, carrying such names as Jack Spade, Faherty, Hamilton Shirts, Filson, Saturdays Surf, Bridge & Burn, Pendleton, Wolverine and more … Another shopping spot for men, Chicago-based Knot Standard, has opened at the Mosaic Building at 5925 Almeda Road. Knot Standard is a robust online site for handmade luxury suits, shirts, ties, blazers and leather goods; this showroom augments the online services with on-site tailors who will take precise measurements for a bespoke suit.
From Italy With Love
The first Houston Snaidero kitchens showroom opens in March at 3805 Kirby, Suite 120, with sleek Italian kitchens designed by Paulo Pininfarina Design, Pietro Arosio Design, Michele Marcon Design and Snaidero.
New Hair To-Do
This spring, Drybar opens another blowout bar with its signature buttercup-yellow blow-dryers and signage, in the same Westheimer and Kirby shopping center as Stag (see above) and Armandos. Drybar will take over a portion of the shuttered Buffalo Hardware, next to Sloan/Hall.