The 8,000 square foot store is set in a beautifully renovated historic building surrounding a central fountain courtyard. It houses a world class mix of the top collections for women, men, and the home, all merchandised with its own distinct point-of-view. It's acclaimed café, the T Room, has become the chicest lunch spot in the city.The store has attracted a clientele that ranges from Oprah to Laura Bush, from Gwyneth Paltrow to Melissa Etheridge, and is a favorite of local celebrities Angie Harmon, Erykah Badu, and Jessica Simpson.Forty Five Ten is especially proud to give back to their community through their unwavering support of The Family Place (helping victims of domestic violence), amfAR, and the Dallas Museum of Art.Forty Five Ten's beloved co-founder, Shelly Musselman, suddenly passed away from a brain aneurysm in January 2011. She was an incredible wife, mother, friend, and had an unwavering passion for fashion...a true "muse" to many in our business. She loved finding new talent, and supported the careers of many designers that are household names today. She is truly missed.Her Forty Five Ten legacy is kept alive today with her partner, co-founder Brian Bolke, and her daughter, Meredith, who is buying for the new store concept, Number One, now open in Highland Park Village.