Metro Moves: Lucchese goes to Denver | Business
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Hue. Western clothing retailer Lucchese opened its first physical store in Denver this weekend at 1883 16th St., just in time for the 2022 National Western Stock Show in January.
“With its expansive open spaces, expansive ranches and rich western history, Colorado is a natural fit for Lucchese,” said Shannon McGimsey, director of retail sales, in a statement. “Lucchese has a long-standing relationship with Colorado, whether it’s through our customers here or the annual Inventory Show. We look forward to serving our customers, locals and travelers alike at this new store.
The 138-year-old Texas-based retailer sells shoes, clothing, housewares and accessories. Customers can order custom boots and the Denver store is decorated with five new cowboy hat pendants, specially designed for Denver, according to a statement.
Denver-based JNS Architecture + Interior Design has hired two interior designers and an architectural intern, according to a statement.
The new interior designers are Jessica Swida, who recently worked for a local multi-family interior design firm, and Kayla Goldberg, who is from San Francisco and helped design the interiors of the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Boulder and the Fitzgerald.
Architectural intern Adriana Oñate worked as a fabrication designer and produced shop and fabrication drawings and digital models for projects such as Meow Wolf.
“As we continue to expand our reach nationwide with projects in emerging neighborhoods across the country, we are excited to strengthen our team with new talent. The additions of Jessica, Kayla and Adriana will continue to leverage our creativity and further strengthen our design capacity, ”Nicole Nathan, Partner at JNS, said in a statement. “Their experiences, fresh perspectives and enthusiasm add great depth and are valuable additions to the firm. “
JNS specializes in hospitality, multi-family and mixed-use projects across the country, including The Crawford and The Maven in downtown Denver.
Promising to bring the ‘golden age of cocktails and art’ to downtown Denver, BEZEL opened at the Sheraton Denver Downtown earlier this month, near Court Place and 16th Street. Mall.
The drinks menu features “beloved classics, 21st century original creations and carefully crafted mocktails,” according to a statement. It is open after 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
“We’re thrilled to help bring this beautifully designed new cocktail concept to downtown Denver, creating a truly welcoming environment for all occasions, from date nights and casual happy hours to private parties, exquisite bar bites, upbeat music and creative drinks, ”said Kendra Anderson, co-founder and managing partner of MQ Hospitality Consulting Group.
The menu includes a “clever arrangement of antipasti” and “Small Plates” of salmon crudo, bison sliders, Colorado lamb loin and a Wagyu flat iron.
“BEZEL creates a full sensory experience that begins when you walk in and is greeted by impeccably appointed staff and an awe-inspiring space and is followed by a food and drink experience that inspires and combines a unique blend of nostalgia for bygone eras, ”Said General Manager Ravin Buzzell.