Kacey Musgraves Launches Lucchese Boot Line in Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Jennifer Huggins, Lucchese; Kacey Musgraves; and Lucchese's Doug Kindy and Randy Steele. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images

Pictured (L-R): Jennifer Huggins, Lucchese; Kacey Musgraves; Lucchese’s Doug Kindy and Randy Steele. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images

Mercury recording artist Kacey Musgraves celebrated the launch of her “Kacey for Lucchese” boot collection last night (Nov. 2) at Lucchese’s retail store in the Gulch in Nashville. The premier three-boot line officially launched Nov. 1 and is a collaboration between the Texas native and the Lonestar State’s 132-year-old boot maker.

Lucchese’s partnership and marketing representative Randy Steele welcomed the crowd, which included Lee Ann Womack with daughter and budding recording artist Aubrey Sellers, Brandi Cyrus, Nashville‘s Clare Bowen, Holly Williams with daughter Stella June and sister Hilary Williams, Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark, and videographer Becky Fluke.

“Two years ago we decided to go a new direction,” explained Steele, “we sought a female influence. Someone who had shared values, roots and spirit. We think we found it in Golden, Texas’ Kacey. She’s a ball of fire and I can tell you from first-hand experience, pays a lot of attention to detail.”

Appreciation was given to Lucchese President Doug Kindy, who greeted guests alongside his wife Sally.

“This has been a really fun process,” said Musgraves while addressing the crowd wearing her Golden Arrow boots. “It’s been a good departure for my brain from music and songwriting. I toured their El Paso factory and I know they care about how long these boots will last. Believe me, I have more ideas in the tank!”

Musgraves’ boots, however are made in Brazil and range in price from $329-349, far less than the four-figure prices on the other handmade collections in the showroom. The collection can be found at CountryOutfitter.com, Lucchese.com, select Cavender’s locations and Lucchese retail stores in Nashville, Houston, San Antonio, and Santa Fe.

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