Introducing the founders of bespoke cowboy boot brand Miron Crosby and Rosewood PlaceMakers Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means.
Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means are true Texans, tastemakers, and creators of Miron Crosby, a fashion-forward cowboy boot brand with roots in Texas traditions and authenticity. They have been featured in Vogue and on the Today Show, and their hand-crafted designs are a favorite with celebrities and locals alike. The brand takes its name from the founders’ great-grandfather, Marion Otis Means, whom they consider the “ultimate gentleman.” Miron is a play on his first name, while Crosby is a throwback to the name of a pasture on their family’s ranch, as well as one of their favorite streets in SoHo in New York City, where they each lived before returning home to Texas.
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