Straight men: typically afraid of color.
Gay men: rainbow-loving, glitter-spreading, unicorn-riding fashion icons unafraid of the most vibrant hues and avant-garde styles.
Sure, both statements are broad stereotypes, but in our experience they’re pretty accurate.
But now there’s a new place where men of all stripes can find exceptional clothing that embraces color in all its wonderful complexity.
Introducing the Edo Popken boutique, now open in the Dallas Design District.
Known as a designer with a flair for wearable art and an uncanny attention to detail, each of the limited edition dress shirts are hand-numbered in a series of only 111 made. So the chances of showing up at a big gay party in the same shirt as your arch-rival are far less likely than our H&M-shopping counterparts.
Every piece in the high-end line features a carefully selected color palette that allows for easy interchanging and effortless ensemble coordination. Even colors that may sound like an odd combo somehow miraculously work together thanks to his unique vision.
The Swiss company’s been around for more than 125 years and as its 4th generation leader, Popken proudly declares, “Life is short – Dress up for it!”
And please, leave the flip-flops at home.
Dallas Design District
1523 Dragon Streeet