Green Hills Boutique to Give Portion of Sales to Local Charities During Grand Opening

Oak Hall

Family owned retail destination Oak Hall recently expanded its footprint at Hill Center Green Hills to a 12,700 square foot flagship format. The expansion includes a dedicated women’s section, expanded men’s section, custom tailor space – with five master tailors on staff – private styling room and management offices.

As part of the retailer’s grand opening festivities, eight local charities have been selected to participate in their charity days. For eight weeks beginning Sept. 8, one charity will be featured every Saturday and Thursday to receive a portion of the day’s sales. Additionally, eight trunk shows will occur over the eight weeks along with giveaways, refreshments and special promotions.

“While the expansion of our space was officially completed in July, we wanted to wait until we had all of our extended lines of luxury brands and collections in store,” said Oak Hall Director Brent Reece.

“We are now complete in our new home with a state-of-the-art tailor shop to assist our clients and provide world class service to all of our Oak Hall clientele.”

Oak Hall’s giving days are as follows: Sat. Sept. 8: Steeplechase Foundation; Thurs. Sept .13: Green Hills YMCA; Sat., Sept. 15: Friends of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt; Thurs., Sept. 20: Interfaith Dental; Sat., Sept. 22: Tennessee Voices for Children; Thurs., Sept. 27: Saddle-Up; Sat. 9, Sept. 29: Team Chad and Thurs., Oct. 4: Barefoot Republic.

“Oak Hall has always strived to be community-minded and support nonprofit organizations doing good work in both Memphis and Nashville,” said Oak Hall President Will Levy. “We’re particularly excited to be partnering with these eight local nonprofits and look forward to being able to do our small part in helping them continue to serve the Nashville community.”

Several exclusive trunk shows by top designers featuring fall and winter lines are also part of the celebration. Trunk shows include: Sept. 13-15: Lafayette 148 and Eleventy; Sept. 14-15: Eton; Sept. 22: Samuelsoh & Ledbury and Carden Avenue, Sept. 27: Trask; Sept. 27-28: Karolina Zmarlak; Sept. 28-29: Faherty and Boglioli; Oct. 5: Ermenegildo Zegna; and Oct. 10-11: Piazza Sempione; Oct. 11-13 Kinross; Oct. 12-13: Zachary Prell; Oct. 13: Citizens of Humanity; Oct. 20: Belstaff; Oct. 27: Rodd & Gunn. Visit oakhall.com for additional trunk shows.

Specializing in men and women’s ready-to-wear apparel with a nod to southern charm, yet also offering the latest in European fashions, Oak Hall’s women’s brands include Nashville-based jewelry designers Carden Avenue and Ever Alice Studio as well as Loeffler Randall, Derek Lam, Max Mara, ALC, Nili Lotan, Rag and Bone, Rebecca Taylor, Vince and more. Men’s collections include casual and formal wear, leather goods and shoes from Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Isaia, Luciano Barbera, Samuelsohn, Jack Victor, Eton, Peter Millar, Eleventy, Faherty, and more. For a complete list of brands, visit https://www.oakhall.com/Nashville-Brands/.

“We recognize Nashville as a world class city with its own unique style which is reflected in our selections and services,” said Levy. “Our wide selection of styles from casual resort wear and contemporary wear to custom suiting and formal wear, combined with our in-house stylists, in-house alterations, and private styling room enables us to provide an exceptional shopping experience to the Nashville community. We are excited to debut the new store and introduce Nashville to the full Oak Hall experience.”

Founded in 1859 as one of the first ready-to-wear menswear stores in the country, Oak Hall is currently being led by fifth generation brothers Bill and Bob Levy and the six generation’s Will Levy, who is Bill’s son, and Chris Levy, Bob’s son. The family also owns and operates Vineyard Vines in Hill Center Green Hills.

Oak Hall Nashville is located in Hill Center Green Hills at 4017 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 303. For more information call 615.454.6497, or visit OakHall.com.

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