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Austin Way - 2017 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Brooklyn Decker

Austin Way Magazine - GreenGale Publishing - There is a place beyond the crowds, beyond the ropes, where dreams are realized and success is celebrated. You are invited.

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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF GARDEN ROOM BOUTIQUES BROOKS BROTHERS Zac Posen is the creative director of womenswear for this iconic American brand. Its downtown location is perfectly suited for men and women. 101 W. Sixth St., 512-476-2359; BYGEORGE Austin's most fashion-forward shopping destination, established in 1979, is now under the direction of owner Larry McGuire and creative director Kristen Lee Cole. The Lamar flagship and South Congress store offer apparel, accessories, and housewares from European and American designers including Celine, Isabel Marant, Saint Laurent, Rosie Assoulin, Nak Armstrong, and Brunello Cucinelli. 524 N. Lamar Blvd., 512-472-5951; 1400 S. Congress Ave., 512-441-8600; COVE With carefully curated items inspired by travel, Rebecca Yanoff's beautifully designed boutique is Austin's It destination for effortless, elegant style. Lines include Rebecca Taylor, Eberjey, and Cynthia Vincent. 1318 S. Congress Ave., 737-484-0267; ESBY Designer Stephanie Beard's menswear-inspired apparel for women is effortless and chic. Her latest collections include swimwear and unisex pieces as well, and it's all showcased at her airy, comfortable boutique. 1601 S. First St., 512-243- 8901; ESTILO Stephanie Coultress O'Neill's chic boutique in Tarrytown takes you from the boardroom to the ballroom with lines like Joie, J Brand, Krisa, and Mara Hoffman. INSIDER TIP: O'Neill recently debuted her eponymous line of light and easy organic cotton leisurewear. 2727 Exposition Blvd., Ste. 121, 512-236-0488; THE FRYE COMPANY Boot-worshipping Austin is now home to a brick-and-mortar store from this footwear icon. Unique design touches include four guitars inspired by Frye's Originals, custom-made by the local Moniker Guitars, and a refurbished Wurlitzer jukebox. INSIDER TIP: Exclusive to the Austin store is a line of Western boots reimagined from Frye's archives. Domain Northside, 512-836- 3793; THE GARDEN ROOM The generous and philanthropic Patty Hoffpauir has helped dress generations of women at her upscale boutique featuring colorful and flattering women's clothing, accessories, and bridal trends. 1601 W. 38th St., Ste. 5, 512-458-5407; HELM BOOTS This rustic-chic favorite reinterprets classic shoe and boot styles and gives them an edge. Designed in Austin and made in America, Helm shoes can be re-soled in-factory if they become worn out. 1200 E. 11th St., Ste. 101, 512-609-8150; JULIAN GOLD For 70-plus years, this fashion cornerstone has featured luxury designers and collections from around the world. INSIDER TIP: The handbag collection from Texas designer Sarah White features luxe, fashion-forward backpacks. 1214 W. Sixth St., Ste. 110, 512-473-2493; With lines geared toward women in their 40s and up, The Garden Room is an Austin staple. Patty Hoffpauir stocks her boutique with special-occasion dresses, seasonal shoes, and feminine lines such as Babette and Sympli. AUSTINWAY.COM 87 The SOURCE: STYLE

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