On the heels of adding Birmingham to his list of storefront locations, Billy Reid discusses how community and hospitality make the brand more than just clothing.
Louisville Store Highlights
Louisville stores are an excellent place to spend your time and money! We are all about supporting local and that starts with a commitment to shopping local and eating local. From fashion to interiors to your garden and pets, there is a locally-owned place to shop. Find the best in our SB Guide and free SB App which you can download right HERE.
It’s a story of a passion project that included four different companies, each with a strong mission to support women. And, the final result is a t-shirt we want to wear every day!
Get out and explore Louisville’s historic Butchertown neighborhood. Here’s where to eat, drink, shop, play and stay.
When you’re on the hunt for a unique — or antique — item for your home, check out any of these Southern salvage stores, where you’ll find inventory with history.
Born in Louisville, Anchal Project is transforming the lives of Indian women by training them to create beautiful, unique textiles.
This year marks 50 years since the The Village Shopping Center in Gatlinburg opened. Learn about the rich history of the property and the treasures that hide within the walls of each of the unique shops found there.
They are masters at curating charming shops of their own, so where do local boutique owners like to shop in Louisville their free time? Take a look!
Fall brings a bevy of new fashion options — including shoes! We stop by 6pm Outlet to spotlight some of our favorite fall shoe fashions.
Crescent Hill Trading Company is all about “restore, repurpose, reuse,” and they practice what they preach. Check out their reimagined masterpieces.
Over the last 15 years, Work the Metal has grown from a 400-square-foot shop to a 12,000-square-foot retail experience. One thing that has remained the same through all of the expansion? This Butchertown destination is beloved by Louisvillians.