New Women-Owned Clothing Brand Shakes Up Houston’s Warehouse District

Dec 16, 2019 | Blog

Discover what Houston designers kept in mind as they created a new collection of threads for working women.

Nour De La Garza, an emerging women-owned Houston-based clothing brand, presented its newest ready-to-wear collection “All Glown Up” at an electric cocktail party and pop-up at the Ronin Art House in the Warehouse District near downtown.

Co-founders Alexis Kuri (who also serves as creative director) and Luisa Banos debuted the collection of modern, size-inclusive clothing – for women to feel comfortable in from business meetings through happy hour – at a smartly chosen venue: Ronin Art House.

Guests got a firsthand look at the versatility of Nour De La Garza during the buzzed-about launch in the hip locale of downtown’s Warehouse District. Featuring neutral, blush and maroon palettes – cool and understated office-appropriate looks with a modest dash of color, “All Glown Up” is for women of diverse professions, ages, and sizes.

Gloria Ferrer wines and bites from Craft Pita and UnoMas fueled the intimate evening, set against the industrial-chic space, offering boutique flair in an unexpected setting.

Nour De La Garza is the creation of Kuri and Banos. Drawing inspiration from the working women in their lives, NDLG crafts sustainably and responsibly produced threads (including swimwear) and accessories in an effort to redefine the look and wear of staples such as blazers and blouses.