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Stanley Korshak Is Trying On a New Uptown Audience

Image via Stanley Korshak/Facebook
Image via Stanley Korshak/Facebook

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Dallas fashion stalwart Stanley Korshak—dressing the city's finest since 1986—is looking to raise its profile by tailoring its expansion efforts to a younger audience. According to the Dallas Morning News, the Crescent Court retailer wants to serve more of its Uptown neighbors. Since greater than 80 percent of the area is age 45 or younger, the store is hoping to lure the demo with new updates including a 5,000-square-foot bridal shop anchored by Vera Wang which will open this year, and a 6,800-square-foot women's Shak that is under construction now across the breezeway from its current location. The Men's Shak will take over the former women's 4,000-square-foot space this summer. In addition, Suitsupply will open a 1,000-square-foot store within Korshak that will offer lower-priced suits, starting at $469.
· Stanley Korshak Is Making a Younger Statement [DMN]
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