Fabulous Trunk Show at Masons

Come to Mason's in Fayetteville this Friday! 20% of all denim sales will go to The Taylor McKeen Shelton Foundation. Thank you for all the support and a special thank you to all my sweet friends at Mason's!


Fabulous Trunk Show at Masons this Friday, October 11th, 2013 from 12 PM to 6 PM

Featuring Henry & Belle Denims. A Henry & Belle Denim Specialist will be at the Masons on Joyce with Trunk Show only styles. Plus enter to win a $200 Masons Gift Card, a pair of Henry & Belle denim and Redbird Necklace.

20% of all Henry and Belle Sales will go to the Taylor McKeen Shelton Foundation.

Masons is a fashion forward boutique that serves its customers the most up-to-date trends, at price points everyone can enjoy. With two locations in Fayetteville, you are sure to find everything you need to keep your closet fresh and never out of style. We pride ourselves in having the most helpful, trend setting and fashion conscious, staff in the area. Set up an appointment today with one of our stylists, or just drop by, and leave knowing you look incredible!

Once again, Masons has truly blessed us with their continued support of the TMSF with special events and the wonderful time that their stores and staff dedicate to continuing to help us bring awareness to SUDC.org.


1350 E. Joyce Blvd. Fayetteville, AR 72703

Phone: (479) 582-9129


The Henry & Belle Story

We’re all in this together. The story of Henry & Belle begins with
the eponymous couple, whose love of style, philanthropy and each other
laid the foundation for the company we are today.

They met in 1931, against the backdrop of Chicago’s thriving garment district. Henry Mann was a young designer; Belle, meanwhile, worked as a fitting model for the elegant, tapered styles of 1930’s couture. Henry and Belle fell in love and married in 1932. From that point forward, she was Henry’s constant muse—the inspiration behind each collection he created. Through innovative, new materials, these designs weaved Henry’s vision with Belle’s insight into fit, movement and feel.
While she loved fashion, Belle eventually made the decision
to give up her modeling career and become a volunteer philanthropist—a calling she embraced for the rest of her life.
In the end, Belle was Henry’s vision of perfection: a woman who was confident yet caring, chic yet natural. She looked good. She did good. Together, Henry & Belle not only built the successful family company that continues today, but also a legacy of steadfast commitment to philanthropy.

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