Q Fifty One announces Q Clothier and Rye 51 location in Fort Worth, bringing luxury mens wear to DFW

Matt Alexander, President and CEO of Q Fifty One Digital, following the acquisition of Dallas-based Edition Collective by Q Fifty One is excited to announce alongside Raja Ratan, Founder and CEO of Q Fifty one, the fifth retail location for Q Clothier and Rye 51 to be opened later this year in Fort Worth.

Q Clothier and Rye 51 offer a unique shopping experience with one half of the store dedicated to custom clothing, featuring a world-class fabric library of Q Clothier.  The other half of the store is dedicated to Rye 51’s eponymous brand of carefully cultivated small-batch men’s clothing with shoppers taken care of during their shopping experience by a well-trained staff and a fully stocked complimentary bar.

With locations in Oklahoma City, and Atlanta, Forth Worth’s first store will be located in the upscale Shops at Clearfork with other luxury brands such as Neiman Marcus.  Q Fifty One looks to redefine how men look at clothing, with Rye 51 having been relaunched following the acquisition of Edition Collective, the company has seen year-over-year revenue growth of 922% compared to the same period in 2015.

With Rye 51’s web presence having been met with critical acclaim, the company is looking forward at the redevelopment of Q Clothier’s web experience.  A public beta test launch will be announced soon with the revealing of several new concepts such as a custom shirt builder connecting an even greater audience to the uniqueness and luxury of Q Clothier.

Along with the announced Fort Worth location, Rye 51 and Q Clothier will be hosting a series of pop up shops in Fort Worth and other prospective markets with announcements made via their Q Clothier and Rye 51 social channels marking an exciting year of growth and development up ahead.

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