Dapper Gents Gather for Fash Bash at Buck Mason

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Dapper Gents Gather for Fash Bash at Buck Mason

Travis Brady, William Finnorn and Michael Hogan

ON A DELIGHTFULLY crisp autumn night, a group of dapper dudes gathered to peruse Buck Mason’s Fall 2023 collection in the hip Montrose Collective development, which is quickly becoming a see-and-be scene.


Upon arrival, gentlemen mingled over Maker’s Mark Old Fashioned cocktails and charcuterie boards by neighboring wine bar Fiora’s Bottle Shop, all while perusing the seasonable wares (and the classic car parked in the middle of the store!). The sip-and-see was hosted by The Montrose Collective, Buck Mason and William Finnorn of Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty.

Just in time for Houston’s cold front next week, Buck Mason’s fall 2023 collection promises a collection of refined textured knits and relaxed thermal layers and flannels.

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Michael Allen, Michael Cisarik

Buck Mason on Westheimer

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Buck Mason's Fall Collection

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