For National Shave Day on December 1, 2013, Harry’s is offering free mustache shaves and a limited-edition razor at their Corner Shop in New York. Located in SoHo, the Corner Shop blends a classic feel with modern grooming techniques. The shop was designed as an intimate space that captures the community atmosphere of the traditional barbershop. But its barbers deliver modern cuts, using an iPad app that enables them to record each customer’s cut and preferences. In addition to an exceptional cut or shave, customers can find unique items in the shop, including Makr leather goods, Bitwell motorcycle helmets, Trusco toolboxes and more. If you can’t make it to the Corner Shop on the 1st, check Harry’s website for a participating barbershop in your area.
Photography by Brian W. Ferry
Two reasons to celebrate tonight at 41 Montrose (at Lorimer) Brooklyn, NY.
This Saturday from 3-6 pm is the official grand opening of ESPO’s creative outlet. During this period of time, they’ll be selling 50 cans of ESPO brand products from the Street Market era for the low, low price of $10 (plus tax).
You should go.
Gone are the days of being a walking rectangle, what J. Crew is doing with men’s suits is outstanding. Affordable and stylish, their Ludlow Suit is crafted from exquisite fabrics (think Loro Piana) and cut to reflect the modern man’s need to look great without going broke. We recently visited their Ludlow flagship in Tribeca and came out both impressed and well-dressed. Have a look above at what you can expect to see once inside.
If you’re in the market for a suit, this store is the answer.
The Ludlow Shop at 50 Hudson
50 Hudson St. (at Thomas St.), NYC
Give props to the Osaka department store marketing folks who came up with this.
A mantric quote from Supreme founder James Jebbia in the two-part article Inside Supreme: Anatomy of a Global Streetwear Cult
That rat is a giant rat. Wonder how they killed it?
quote and pic from @TheGoodfella_
Julia Chesky is ace when it comes to photographing the window displays of Manhattan’s finest retailers. In no particular order, here’s a look through her lens at the holiday windows of Barneys, Lord & Taylor, Hermes, Prada, Tiffanys, Ermenigildo Zegna, Bergdorff Goodman Mens, Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, and Agent Provocateur.
With a name derived from denim’s standard weaving construction, and a 4,000 sq.ft. retail, gallery, and manufacturing space, 3×1 is a denim destination. Inside of the Soho-based 3rd venture from designer Scott Morrison (previously: Paper Denim & Cloth and Earnest Sewn), shoppers have the option of customizing a pair of limited edition jeans, ordering a pre-existing fit in a new denim, or making an appointment for bespoke service; with the privilege of working with Scott Morrison and the pattern team to tailor a one-of-a-kind pair of jeans from start to finish. There are over 700 pairs of jeans onsite ranging in fit, color, and denim, accompanied by a friendly staff who help guide you into the perfect jean with personal touches that you’ll be able to take home that day.
15 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013
Bobby Waltzer, formerly of Peg Leg, just launched his men’s collection for Reformation. Included is this tight crewneck sweatshirt with a quilted shooters patch. The goods are only available in-store, so hit up Reformation’s location on Ludlow Street for access.
photos by Christos Katsiaouni
Jack Spade named a sweater after our friend Lenard, who just so happens to be front and center on their website as well. The shop at 56 Greene St. also underwent some renovations, so if you’re feeling totally on point: visit the shop, meet Lenard, and cop one of the sweaters.
Tight looking storefront in Chelsea celebrating the Life in Hell collaboration “Binky & Sheba PLAY.”