The 1929 courtyard building, shaded by gorgeously gnarled trees, was home to Forty Five Ten’s mix of designer clothing, jewelry, and housewares for the last 16-plus years. What to do with 4510 McKinney Avenue, the revered Knox-Henderson spot, when FFT moved downtown in 2016?
The new concept is the old concept (T Room intact), but all about interiors. Think George Cameron Nash, Emily Summers, David Sutherland, and Jan Showers. Mixed in with the hometown style are international names, too: Diptyque candles and Assouline books, among others.
“Our clients are passionate about this building,” says Forty Five Ten president Brian Bolke, “and so are we.”