Brooks Brothers & Allen Edmonds Now Open at Market Street – The Woodlands


Jenny Taylor
Marketing Director
Market Street – The Woodlands

The popular retailer Brooks Brothers has opened its doors at Market Street – The Woodlands as the entertainment and dining destination continues to expand its offerings of men’s, women’s and children’s apparel.

Located next to Tiffany & Co. on the east end of Market Street, the new store features classic suits, sportswear and accessories, including the retailer’s signature non-iron dress shirts for men and pieces from the Supima Cotton Collection for women. Brooks Brothers in Market Street also will feature as a wide selection of children’s apparel from the brand’s Fleece line.

“Brooks Brothers is a significant addition to our luxury portfolio of stores,” says General Manager Jill Liccioni. “We expect it to be a popular spot for both men and women.”

Brooks Brothers at Market Street is open Monday thru Saturday, 10 am – 9 pm and Sunday, noon – 6 pm.

Allen Edmonds, known as The Great American Shoe Company for outfitting men with footwear and accessories since 1922, opened its first Houston-area store on Thursday, March 17 in Market Street – The Woodlands.

Located in Market Street’s South Commons, the Allen Edmonds store is the first in the shopping and entertainment destination dedicated exclusively to men’s footwear and accessories.

“The store is a tremendous addition to our collection of fashion retailers,” says Market Street General Manager Jill Liccioni. “Allen Edmonds rounds out the shopping experience for everyone in the family while enhancing our appeal as a regional shopping destination.”

Market Street also is home to the only Tommy Bahama Tropical Café & Emporium in Texas and Houston’s second Tiffany & Co. among its more than 80 fashion retailers and restaurants.

Shoppers of Allen Edmonds will find a complete selection of handcrafted footwear, including selections in dress and casual, handcrafted in the U.S.A. using a meticulous 212-step production process to create the brand’s timeless and enduring styles. The store also offers a complete selection of socks, dress and casual belts and a well-rounded selection of personal leather goods, writing instruments, shoe care kits, cuff links and more.

“Houston is a great American city and we’re excited to open our first store here in The Woodlands featuring our Made in America products,” says Allen Edmonds President and CEO, Paul Grangaard. “From business to weekends and the golf course, Allen Edmonds has great offerings for the men of the greater Woodlands area.”

As an added value, ten percent of sales at the Allen Edmonds store thru April 7th will be donated to local charities.

For more information on the Allen Edmonds store or the Brooks Brother store in Market Street, go to

Located across the street from The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Market Street is bound by Lake Woodlands Drive, Lake Robbins Drive, Grogan’s Mill Road and Six Pines Drive. Market Street is owned by a joint venture between an affiliate of Trademark Property Company and Institutional Mall Investors.

About Brooks Brothers
Established in 1818, Brooks Brothers is widely known as America’s longest established retailer. The company is responsible for the introduction of many iconic products, including the button-down collar shirt, as well as seersucker and madras clothing. Additionally, since the company’s founding, Brooks Brothers has been worn by nearly every U.S. President, including Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, William Clinton and Barack Obama.

About Allen Edmonds Shoe Corporation
Founded in 1922, Allen Edmonds Shoe Corporation is a privately held, U.S.-based manufacturer of premium men’s footwear and accessories. Taking shoemaking to the level of an art form, Allen Edmonds footwear is handcrafted in Port Washington, Wis., using a 212-step production process. Allen Edmonds products are available at upscale stores worldwide, including 32 Allen Edmonds stores across the United States, and online at

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