Nashville Gets A New “Label”

Renee Layher and Gary Allan. Photo: HBPR

The Label, Nashville’s newest men’s boutique, opens today in the 12South District at 2222 12th Ave S.

Country artist Gary Allan and long-time stylist Renee Layher joined forces to bring a new crop of design talent to Nashville. Their high-end, exclusive men’s boutique offers cutting edge design in clothing, jewelry and home furnishings. During a trip to LA with his stylist Layher, who serves as the store’s General Manager, the two discussed the need for such designs in Nashville. Through that conversation, the concept for The Label was born.

Tony Sartino, designer for celebrities such as Prince, Kings Of Leon, Bon Jovi and Goo Goo Dolls, will create custom suits, pants and shirts. Sartino resides in Los Angeles, but he will be available regularly at The Label.

Designer offerings also include DAO Home by Su Chitpanich, Leather apparel from Logan Riese, Stand and Deliver by Corey Parks, Marcelo Pequeno, Prophetik by local designer Jeff Garner, Naga jewelry and Moods Of Norway. Many of the designers represented in the store are sold exclusively.

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