Marc Nelson Denim To Open Denim Boutique in Chattanooga

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Marc Nelson Denim announced it will be opening a flagship store on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 1400 Market Street.

Officials said, "Marc Nelson Denim will bring its unique style to the hip downtown community of Chattanooga, with its focus on the experience of each customer by helping them find the ideal fit of their handmade crafted jeans. With each pair being tailored directly for the customer, they will appreciate the approach of not reinventing the wheel, but embracing tradition."

Marc Nelson Denim was founded in 2011 by designer Marcus Hall, and is a cut-and-sew denim shop in Knoxville. 

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Business

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Breaking News

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