Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Tennessee: Newbury St. Bo Rucker opened his store in Jackson in 2016. The shop offers an impressive collection of men’s clothing and accessories – from casual to dress. Earlier this year, Newbury St. was named “Best Men’s Fashion Store” by the Jackson Sun.
Jackson is located in west Tennessee. The city is widely considered to be the place referenced in Johnny Cash and June Carter’s hit song “Jackson”. Jackson was home to the legendary “King of Rockabilly,” Carl Perkins.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Alabama: Bernard’s “Store for Men”. Located on the square in historic downtown Jasper, Bernard’s opened in 1948. The store carries popular sportswear brands and offers custom clothing services. The shop is a go-to place in the community for quality clothes and good conversations.
Jasper is a small town in north-central Alabama. Jasper was once one of the leading producers of coal in the world. The city has been home to influential political families, including the Bankheads.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Georgia: Hilton Decker. Located in downtown Savannah, Hilton Decker is an upscale men’s store specializing in European clothing. The shop is owned by Alton Brecker, who also owns the nearby Nickie Grace – a women’s store specializing in handbags. Both shops have been featured in Southern Living.
Savannah is Georgia’s oldest city. Savannah’s beautiful downtown includes 22 park-like squares – not a few of which feature the city’s most iconic tree, the Southern Oak. A popular tourist destination (consistently named one of “America’s Favorite Cities” by Travel + Leisure), Savannah’s rich history is complemented by a thriving arts and music community.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Arkansas: Mr. Wicks. Located in Little Rock, Mr. Wicks has been one of central Arkansas’s premier menswear destinations since 1960. The store carries everything from denim to tuxedos.
Little Rock is the capital and largest city of Arkansas. Founded in 1821, the city gets its name from a small rock formation along the Arkansas River bank called la Petite Roche (French for Little Rock). Little Rock has been the home to numerous well-known individuals, including President Bill Clinton and General Douglas MacArthur.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Oklahoma: EVERYMAN. J. Bryson and Raychel Baker – a husband and wife team – founded EVERYMAN in Stillwater in 2014. The shop offers a range of products – from clothing to books and other gifts – focusing on the male experience. The store also features a craft coffee bar and barbering services. EVERYMAN’s mission is “Haberdashery with Giveback.” EVERYMAN donates a portion of all its revenue to organizations that contribute to the development and mentorship of young men.
Stillwater is located in north central Oklahoma. Stillwater was part of the original Oklahoma Land Run in 1889. The city is home to Oklahoma State University, whose alumni includes country music legend Garth Brooks. Stillwater was recently named one of “The South’s Friendliest Cities” by Southern Living.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in New Jersey: Skuby & Co. Located in Spring Lake, Skuby & Co. has been in business for nearly twenty years. The store carries a wide range of menswear – from corporate-casual to weekend wear. MR Magazine named Skuby & Co. a “Top 25 Menswear Store” in the nation.
Spring Lake is a small community on the Jersey Shore. Its beach and boardwalk make it a popular vacation spot.
Today’s Feature Friday spotlights one of our retail partners in Oklahoma: S. Powell & Co. S. Powell & Co. launched last Fall – holding a series of pop up shops – and will have its grand opening soon. The on-trend store carries clothing and accessories for men, women, and children – including quality basics and fun statement pieces.
Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city of Oklahoma. OKC was founded during the Land Run of 1889. The city features one of the largest livestock markets in the world. In addition to the OKC Museum of Art, the city is also home to the Oklahoma City National Memorial—a memorial for victims, survivors, and rescuers impacted by the Oklahoma City bombing tragedy. OKC has been home to many well-known figures, including Johnny Bench and Vince Gill.