Pockets, the Dallas-based men’s specialty store, will celebrate its 40th year in business with a special photography installation that will make its debut tonight during the store’s anniversary event. The installation, “Men of Dallas,” celebrates local luminaries including Dallas-born actor Scoot McNairy, local NFL star DeMarcus Ware, Pockets founder David Smith, photographer Steve Wrubel and others in a new ad campaign.
Last fall, Pockets reopened under new management and relocated from Highland Park Village to The Plaza at Preston Center, about two miles away. The shop is now owned by Doug Duckworth, who had worked with David Smith, the original Pockets owner, for 36 years, and by Andy Weil, who had been with the store for nine years. Smith founded the business with his wife Margaret in 1974.
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