Hooked on the Outdoors

The Gordy family builds a luxury clubhouse for Houston’s sporting class.

Jhane Hoang
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The swankiest sporting emporium in the United States celebrated its first year in business this fall, but there’s no arguing that the 11,000-square-foot Gordy & Sons is anything but old school. The shop, located on Waugh just off Washington Ave., offers everything a well-heeled wing-shooter, fly-fisherman or big-game hunter could desire. Whether the game is pheasant and partridge in the U.K., or chasing redfish on Matagorda Bay, or simply an afternoon cigar while luxuriating by the manmade pond out front, Gordy & Sons has it covered.

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Sister Act

Daniel Ortiz

FASHIONABLE SISTERS and online retailers Kailey and Kaygan Tissue quietly opened the doors this summer in Rice Village to their first permanent brick-and-mortar location of their online Kissue fashion boutique.

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WHO DOESN’T REMEMBER Cindy Reich’s stylish fashion boutique Wink? Reich closed up her beloved shop in 2008 to focus on family, but during its prime Wink was renowned for introducing such emerging designers to Houston as Nanette Lepore, Alice & Olivia and Rebecca Taylor, all of whom are boldface names on the floors of Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom these days. Now she’s back with a new shop, Whim (3636 W. Alabama St., Ste. 160, shopwhimhouston.com).

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