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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 1 - Spring - Spoon

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MOSS/GARMENT Masha Poloskova stocks her carefully curated sister shops with high-end selections and couture vintage pieces. INSIDER TIP: Don't miss that must-have Chanel jacket or Etro blazer: Moss posts many of its finds on Instagram, so follow along at @mossclothing. 701-F S. Lamar Blvd., 512-462-4667; OUTDOOR VOICES Active men and women can find the latest in technical fitness apparel, for yogis and basketball players alike, at Tyler Haney's innovative and global-minded boutique. 606 Blanco St., 512-356-9136; POLO RALPH LAUREN The Domain's location of this sophisticated sportswear brand pays homage to the Southwest both in terms of decor and with its selection of leathers and suedes in a variety of styles. The Domain, 512-490-0812; RAVEN + LILY Committed to empowering women workers around the world, Raven + Lily features beautiful clothing, accessories, and home décor. Visit the flagship at Domain Northside or the intimate location in East Austin. Domain Northside, 737-209-1072; 2406 Manor Road, Ste. C, 512-236- 1378; REDBIRD BOUTIQUE Maureen Staloch's Westlake boutique showcases fresh and edgy designers for any style, from casual to cocktail, in a friendly and accessible environ- ment. 3663 Bee Cave Road, Ste. 2C, 512-514-0027; SAINT BERNARD Texas retailer Saint Bernard, a brand known for its sport, ski, and sun selec- tions, not only recently marked its 10th anniversary as an anchor in downtown's Second Street District, but it has expanded its reach in Austin with its new 12,500-square-foot store—complete with a full- service ski and snowboard shop—at Domain Northside. 401 W. Third St., 512-320-1999; Domain Northside, 512-710-3710; SPREZZA CUSTOM MENSWEAR The city has a new choice for handcrafted bespoke tailoring. After an individual consultation with a stylist, you can choose from hundreds of fabrics and fits to make a suit that's all your own. 706 Rio Grande St., Ste. B, 512-535-6989; SUNROOM This fun shop brings an urban-coastal vibe to the South Congress Hotel. Lucy Jolis's well-stocked boutique features unique clothing and accessories from up-and-coming designers such as Electric Feathers, Collina Strada, and Vivien Ramsay. 1603 S. Congress Ave., 512-524-2197; WEATHERED COALITION This delightfully appointed, locally owned store is curated for men, with everything from clothing and shoes to gift ideas and grooming. Domain Northside, 512-852-9869; JEWELRY BENOLD'S JEWELERS Wedding rings and easy-to-wear fashion pieces are the stars of the show at this Austin mainstay, which opened in 1929 and has been family-owned for decades. 2900 W. Anderson Lane, 512-452-6491; COPELAND JEWELERS Known for exceptional colored gems in custom settings, as well as a large estate and vintage selection, Copeland resonates with Austinites, who have been coming here since 1983, when it was founded by Debra and Clay Copeland. INSIDER TIP: Many of the staff have been with Copeland for more than 25 years, so expect expert service. 3801 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., 512-330- 0303; DIAMONDS DIRECT An independent business that eliminates the middleman in the diamond-buying process, Diamonds Direct is all about education, value, selection, and passion. Its store at The Domain is staffed with experts who can help you choose the right diamond for any occasion. The Domain, 512-691-9950; ELIZA PAGE This mainstay of the Second Street District is a well-curated shop of luxurious, custom jewelry. And now Elizabeth Page Gibson has opened a second location at Domain Northside. 229 W. Second St., 512-474-6500; Domain Northside, 512-373-3910; KENDRA SCOTT The Austin-based jewelry designer has built a national empire on her timeless, stylish pieces. She has multiple locations across Austin, including the new flagship on North Lamar Boulevard as well as her popular SoCo boutique. The Domain, 512-879-3174; 3800 N. Lamar Blvd., 512-879-3422; 1400 S. Congress Ave., Ste. A-170, 512-354-4737; LIZA BETH JEWELRY Crafted with oxidized steel, conflict-free diamonds, pearls, and semiprecious stones, Liza Beth's designs have a timeless feel with a modern edge. Designer Liza Soklove, who supports many charities in Austin, loves the city's "anything goes" vibe, inspiring her to ‒ Secret Source ‒ MATTHEW DOWD WHO: Texas entrepreneur, ABC News chief analyst, and founder of (a community that puts country over party). RISE AND SHINE: "The best place for breakfast is Magnolia Café (1920 S. Congress Ave., 512-445-0000;, which is always open and always has a table if you are an early riser. The food is good and consistent; the staff is fast and fun." SOUL FIX: "Get your cowboy boots fixed at Golden Slipper Modern Shoe & Boot Repair (1903 S. First St., 512-442-6334); the owner is awesome. They do excellent work with quick turnaround, and your boots always feel better." SMALL TOWN CHARM: "If you're looking to relax, head to Wimberley, about 45 minutes outside of Austin. Going to this little piece of heaven is like a throwback in time. It has an easy, uncomplicated pace, and the folks in town are beautiful people. Watch the Blanco River go by and enjoy life (and any place that doesn't have parking meters is a good place)." 82 AUSTINWAY.COM The SOURCE: STYLE

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