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Travel bags and accessories maker W Durable Goods is packing up for a move to Fort Worth's north side. The husband-and-wife team of Daniel and Stephanie Wright is aiming to open March 6 in a renovated storefront, and hoping to stand out from the area's more notable offering--standout Mexican fare. The Wrights tell 360 West that the store will serve as a studio where they will make their twill, canvas and leather bags, but that they'll also sell found objects like Tunisian pottery and repurposed lighting fixtures.
· 360 West magazine [Official Site]
· W Durable Goods [Official Site]