Fort Worth’s Sundance Square as explained by comedy group Four Day Weekend
The 1,600-square-foot store at 404 Houston St. will be the retailer's second location. It has a store on McKinney Avenue in Dallas. The company was started in 2011.
Owner Cassie Ganesh designs the styles and the clothes are made in North Texas. The Sundance Square store should open this summer.
"We have a great mix of locally owned stores and national brands in Sundance Square," said Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square's president and CEO, in a statement.
Demerara provides custom design services based on a client’s fashion preferences and size, in addition to offering complimentary alterations on all apparel purchases, Sundance Square said. In addition, Demerara’s garments are manufactured in limited quantities, guaranteeing customers exclusive additions to their wardrobe, it said.
"Managing daily operations at my factory has enabled me to turn production in one week, and I look forward to showing Fort Worth a steady stream of contemporary fashion,” Ganesh said in a news release. "We've transformed from traditional boutique retailer into a vertically-integrated apparel company, proudly designing and manufacturing right here in the heart of Texas."