Clorinda Antinori Italian Shoes to open first Texas store in River Oaks

Clorinda Antinori Italian Shoes
Courtesy Clorinda Antinori Italian Shoes

Courtesy Clorinda Antinori Italian Shoes

Clorinda Antinori Italian Shoes will open its first retail store in Texas at the River Oaks Shopping Center, 2039 W. Gray St., Houston, in spring 2020. The brand produces men's and women's shoes, manufactured in family-run Italian factories. The fashion brand evolved from producing ready-to-wear women's silk clothing in the 1990s and began working with Tuscan shoe artisans in the 2010's to design their own footwear. www.clorindaantinori.com
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By Matt Dulin

Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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