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Dallas's J.Hilburn Is a Precursor to Trendy Menswear Brands

Image via J.Hilburn/Facebook
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Think the recent focus on men's fashion is new? Not for Dallas-based J.Hilburn. The company, which started in 2007 making custom shirts, has expanded over the years and now sells everything from tuxedos to jeans. This year, according to the DMN, the brand will clear an estimated $60 million in sales and is planning a showroom near Love Field on Mockingbird Lane this fall.
· J. Hilburn Co-Founder Talks Growth [DMN]