Manuel American Designs Announces Move to Lower Broadway

manuel photo 2013Manuel Cuevas, renowned fashion designer who has designed for Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton and countless other celebrities and notable figures, will open a new retail space at 800 Broadway in downtown Nashville on July 15. The 3100 sq. ft. space is currently under renovation, and will accommodate the iconic designs Manuel is known for as well as a studio for designing and manufacturing the first run of products from the forthcoming “New Vision” collection.

Manuel’s current retail location at 1922 Broadway, which opened in 1988, will remain open until July 8. A final music showcase is slated for June 26 featuring musician and visual artist Amanda MCoy, who is celebrating her most recent recording The Hurt, from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. The boutique will close its tenure with a fashion show on July 11.

“We are excited about this move and all that it represents for the brand and the launch of the ‘New Vision’ collection,” stated Manuel. “The Nashville tourism, music and fashion communities have stood behind me for so many years and many fond memories have been shared at the boutique. I am positive just as many will be made in the new location as we open up our new home to friends and visitors who love Nashville as much as I do.”

Manuel’s “New Vision” collection will feature handmade, one-of-a-kind items that are 100 percent American made. Clothing and accessories, including leather goods, boots, dresses, pants, shirts, skirts and other creations for men and women, will sell at a price point of $50-$600.


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