Haven Shuts its Doors in Downtown Franklin


The women’s boutique Haven, owned by celebrity stylist Claudia Fowler, has closed its downtown Franklin location.

A sign on the door states: “Thank You Franklin for 13 Fabulous, Incredible Years! Much Love Claudia, Lauren, and all of our amazing team. Coming Soon to Nashville.”

More information was shared on Haven’s Facebook page.

As we begin a new chapter in the story of our business, my heart is SO full! I remember every face, every outfit, every hustling, loyal team member, every parade, every smile and emotion, every party, trunk show, designer, neighbor, display, market trip, order, holiday reveal, etcetc etc. 13 years in our cozy, magical 200 year old former grocery store building was absolutely life changing!!! Thank you for your love and support as we not only move out of our original “home” but also out of our comfort zone into an equally magical space. We are super excited to continue bringing the most unique and special pieces to the Nashville area and joining our sister shops @hero12south and @parishnashville who were created from our beautiful Haven heritage.

Haven opened in downtown Franklin back in 2006 by celebrity stylist Claudia Fowler. A long-standing stylist for country music artists like Trisha Yearwood, Miranda Lambert, Faith Hill, and more. Hero 12th South was the first expansion of the Haven brand opening back in 2014. Following, Parish Nashville opened in the Thompson Hotel at 411 11th Avenue South. Hero 12th South shares that Haven will open at 1200 Villa Place, Suite 300. No opening date was shared.

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