Magik, an Austin-based clothing store, relocated this spring from its Hill Country Galleria storefront at 12912 Hill Country Blvd., Ste.-145, Bee Cave, to 421 E. Sixth St., Austin. Magik offers clothing, shoes and accessories from its in-house brand as well as brands such as Supreme, Nike and more. The business also offers services such as styling, videography, photography and more. 512-730-0514. www.magikluxe.com
Clothing company Magik relocates from Bee Cave to East Sixth Street
Magik's in-house clothing brand offers unisex pieces. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)
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