Maverick, OKC will open Thurs., Dec. 18, in Oklahoma City’s Plaza District. The shop will feature American-made, work-wear inspired goods including clothing, accessories, books and crystals.
Oklahoma native, Eric Baker, curated the shop to showcase makers from Oakland, Shawnee, Brooklyn and beyond. All items are fabricated to last, made with traditional, American techniques to cultivate inspired living.
“Our inventory includes quality clothing, creation items and literature that encourage growth and exploration,” says shop owner, Eric Baker. “Our goods are the product of traditional handiwork and modern innovation that will lend to practical but beautiful daily use.”
Makers include Pointer Brand heritage chore coats, Juniper Ridge trail-foraged colognes, Bison Made leather goods, in addition to bags, fleeces and work coats by Topo Designs. The shop will also stock limited edition prints and select vintage items.
Maverick, OKC is tucked into Oklahoma City’s Plaza District at 1609 N. Blackwelder. Shop hours are Wed. through Sat. from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sun. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit www.maverickokc.com for details.