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Menswear and Accessories

  • The Hambledon

    Victoria Suffield, shopkeeper at The Hambledon, shares how she built the business into an award winning shop. When did you open your shop? We opened in 1999. What genre is it? I’m…

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  • Wooden Sleepers

    Brian Davis is a natural born shopkeeper. He has an innate talent for understanding and excelling at all aspects of owning a menswear vintage shop, Wooden Sleepers. Growing up on the…

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  • Mutiny

    Mutiny is a menswear and lifestyle shop in Hudson, New York. The owners Rob and Gert Doriot work with makers that produce small runs and as a result Mutiny is stocked…

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  • O’Dell’s

    O’Dell’s, a menswear and lifestyle goods shop in Shoreditch opened in 2014. The proprietor, Tom O’Dell, fills the shop with product he would wear, use, have in his home, or gift.…

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  • Frank & Eileen Shirt Pub

    Frank & Eileen Shirt Pub opened in Tokyo, May 2014. Frank & Eileen, a shirt brand that is “born in Ireland, woven in Italy and made in sunny California.” The shirts…

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  • Frank & Eileen

    Frank & Eileen is a brand “Born in Ireland, Woven in Italy and Made in Sunny California.” The online shop is designed to look like a vintage Irish newspaper. A story…

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  • The Quality Mending Co.

    The Quality Mending Co is a vintage apparel and clothing company with shops in Nolita and Brooklyn. Founded by Oliver Harkness in 2003, the original shop located on Prince Street was…

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  • BESPOKEN x TRNK

    BESPOKEN x TRNK holiday pop up shop is a collaboration between BESPOKEN, a menswear brand and TRNK, an online destination for the home with a masculine point of view. Situated in…

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  • Alex Mill

    Alex Mill, a menswear shop, was named to evoke the quality and craftsmanship representative of a fabric mill. Opened in Nolita, New York, in 2013, Alex Mill is the ultimate destination…

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  • The Hill-Side

    The Hill-Side recently opened its first flagship store in Brooklyn. The combination of an indigo resist-dyed noren and a New York subway-style mosaic tile floor in the entryway give a flavor…

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  • Indigo & Cloth

      The labor and dedication involved in indigo dying inspired Garrett Pitcher’s choice of name for his shop, and represents the standard he likes to hold himself to. Denim is the…

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  • Leffot

      A large chandelier and fourteen foot long table dominates the space, giving Leffot more the air of a gallery than a shop. Steven Taffel had always wanted his own shop…

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