We bumped into Billy Reid’s booth at Magic Market Week and spoke with Brandon Capps. After a phenomenal New York Fashion Week show, the Billy Reid crew came to Vegas to show off the new collection.
Billy Reid is an international presence in the fashion world, but the heart of the business is still in the American South. In addition to the flagship operation in Alabama, they just opened a new store in New Orleans on Magazine Street. This joins a major store in Houston, Texas as well.
Billy Reid showed at Project in Vegas, and we loved the simple, clean booth design. The booth paired aptly with Brandon’s laid-back attitude (no doubt helped by the fact that we met when things were cooling down on the last day of the show). Talking with the Billy Reid crew has been a pleasure at every encounter. We unabashedly admit to seeking them out now.
The history of the necktie is as rich and colorful as the patterns that adorn them. Designers, actors and royalty in the 1920s and 1930s left a distinctive stamp on the tie that gives the modern man the opportunity