Spring Fashion: Built to be Bold

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Lane-Knight

2959 Crockett St.

Fort Worth

817-731-4002

www.laneknight.com

Malouf’s

Southlake Town Square

190 State St.

Southlake

817-416-7100

www.maloufs.com

Maven

3811 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Fort Worth

817-731-8545

Michael Kors NorthPark

8687 North Central Expressway, Suite 1308

Dallas

214-691-9200

www.michaelkors.com

Neiman Marcus Ridgmar

2100 Green Oaks Road

Fort Worth

817-738-3581

www.neimanmarcus.com

Stanley Eisenman Fine Shoes

3000 S. Hulen St., Suite 158

Fort Worth

817-377-9399

and

6333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Suite 103

Fort Worth

817-731-2555

www.stanleyeisenmanshoes.com

Stanley Korshak

500 Crescent Court, Suite 100

Dallas

214-871-3600

www.stanleykorshak.com

Model Heather Hausman/Kim Dawson Agency. Hair & Makeup L.B. Rosser/Kim Dawson Agency.

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