1/31: Last Day to Shop at DCXV Retail

This Wednesday DCXV—a.k.a. Adrien Saporiti’s ubiquitous “I Believe in Nashville” brand—will close its retail shop on Porter Road. The online shop will continue,  but Saporiti says the focus of the brand is going to shift toward “collaborating with wonderful brands and artists.”

In the meantime, take advantage of the deals DCXV is offering before the closing on Wednesday, read Saporiti’s full statement here, and revisit our 2012 profile on him here.

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