Clearfork

Clearfork 

Simon on May 14 announced three new openings at The Shops at Clearfork: Johnny Was, milk + honey and XAR Clothier.

“We are excited to introduce these new offerings for the Fort Worth community to enjoy, just in time for summer,” said Chandler Wallace, director of marketing and business development. "The Shops at Clearfork is redefining the conventional shopping center environment and delivering an all-inclusive experience complete with desirable retail options, an array of events, entertainment choices, and a plethora of dining selections.”

Milk + honey: Founded in 2006 by Alissa Bayer in Austin’s 2nd Street District, milk + honey has grown to include a collection of day spas throughout Texas and a nationally-available line of luxurious, hyperclean bath, body, and skincare.

Location: Marathon Avenue near Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams // 7,800 square feet

XAR Clothier: XAR opened in 2012 as an upscale boutique in Southlake, selling a collection of men’s and women’s designer pieces. Incorporating the culture and style of New York City & London, XAR offers a well-edited assortment of world-renowned designers and independent labels from the U.S. and abroad.

Location: Monahans Avenue next to Tiffany & Co. // 3,219 square feet

Johnny Was: Established in 1987 in Southern California, Johnny Was is a collection of clothing and accessories designed in California and inspired by artisan craftmanship from all corners of the world.

Location: Monahans Avenue next to Neiman Marcus // 1,822 square feet // Opens May 17

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