The best-dressed and ready to party helped Dean-Kingston celebrate its first year in Fort Worth Wednesday night. A 1964 Cadillac is perched on the roof of clothing store Dean-Kingston in Fort Worth. Manager Stephenie Slimp, visual merchandiser and buyer Justin Dean Davis, co-owners Stacie Poynor and Summer Dean are the fabulous four behind Dean-Kingston. Elizabeth Vasquez and Shan Vidal of Fort Worth helped Dean-Kingston celebrate its first year of business. Jewelry designer Elton Hall of Fort Worth checks out the selection during Dean-Kingston's anniversary party. Danette Wicker of Danette's Urban Oasis helps Dean-Kingston celebrate its first year by offering free hand massages to party goers. Dean-Kingston buyer Justin Dean Davis shows party goers the latest in contemporary looks for men. It's girls' night out for Tuesdee Lynch, Lindsay Clem, Phu Phu Nguyen, Alicia Kacel and Lyndsie Norris. Elizabeth Vasquez and Patty Santoyo of Fort Worth celebrate Dean-Kingston's first year in business. A 1930s warehouse was transformed into Fort Worth's newest and hippest boutique for women and men. A sparkly chandelier sits in the center of a former warehouse converted into Dean-Kingston. A 1964 Cadillac is perched on the roof of clothing store Dean-Kingston in Fort Worth.