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Classic Mens Shops - A List

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by JermynStreet, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. JermynStreet

    JermynStreet Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, and great signature.
     
  2. JLibourel

    JLibourel Well-Known Member

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    I too thought of the Andover Shop, but I believe they also carry women's wear, which would seem to disqualify them from this list.
     
  3. tampatravel

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    The Hound is in San Francisco. They have the largest Barbour collection I've ever seen. Bill Khakis, Golden Bear, Smathers & Branson, awesome man trinkets, etc...

    140 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA 94104

    It's a VERY short walk from:
    Alden SF
    170 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA 94104

    and

    Allen Edmonds SF
    310 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA 94104
     
  4. AlexE

    AlexE Well-Known Member

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    Americas

    New York / Chicago
    Paul Stuart

    Atlanta
    Sid Mashburn


    Europe

    London
    Drake's London
    Edward Green

    Paris
    Edward Green

    Munich
    Eduard Meier/James Dowie (‪Brienner Str. 10‬)
    Max Dietl (Residenzstrasse 16)
    Unützer (Maximilianstr. 23)
    Emanuel Berg (Franz-Joseph-Str. 48)
    Werner Scherer (Platzl 5)
    Lodenfrey (Maffeistr.7)

    Frankfurt
    Diehl & Diehl (Hochstr. 43)

    Hamburg
    Ladage & Oelke (Neuer Wall 11)

    Berlin
    Brummer (Tauentzienstr. 17)
    Edsor (Rosenthaler Str. 40/41)

    Milan
    Al Bazar
    M. Bardelli

    Asia

    Hong Kong
    The Armoury

    P.S.: I did not include pure MTM or bespoke establishments and I did only include manufacturer-owned stores for those manufacturers running 1 or 2 stores only
     
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  5. JermynStreet

    JermynStreet Well-Known Member

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    Germany seems to have a lot. I would love its stuff. Also, I would love to learn more about the shoemakers out of Hungary and Romania. Budapest has Vass and Koronya. St. Crispin's are made in Romania. A lot more bespoke operations seem to come out of there as well.
     
  6. HughJ

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    Clusier (2 locations)
    L'Uomo

    There was an interesting looking shop around the corner from the downtown Clusier location (Sherbrooke), but I didn't have time to check it out. I wouldn't get my hopes up though, as 99% of Canadian menswear stores seeem to carry the exact same sad brands (robert graham, bugatchi, butt flap jeans and ecco shoes).

    Toronto
    Leatherfoot
    Harry Rosen
     
  7. ballmouse

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    Dallas:
    Culwell & Son
    Stanley Korshak
     
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    On Sutter a few doors down from Cable Car Clothiers new location.

    http://thehound.com/

    By the way, their staff has been there for decades and knowledgeable and not pushy.
     
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    I know its not a big town, but Plainclothes in Birmingham, AL is one of the nicest shops in the country. Carries Samuelsohn and Sartoria Partenopea, Incotex, and Hamilton shirts.
     
  10. AlexE

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    I do not think that this should be a disqualifying characteristic. Where is the harm if there is a women's department next to an excellent men's section?
     
  11. JermynStreet

    JermynStreet Well-Known Member

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    I agree with AlexE.
     
  12. tampatravel

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    This is going to be great. I travel a lot and now I can check in at these stores if I'm in the area.

    This is almost a travel blog :)
     
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  13. JermynStreet

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    Well Tampa-if we are in your city (Tampa) where should we visit??
     
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    If you make it down to Tampa. You should visit here (Pass-a-Grille Beach):

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    ...and get your Menswear shopping done before you get here! There's nothing special in terms of Menswear clothing here. Old fart "Men's" stores that carry Italian brands we've never heard of on here. Nothing very Trad here at all except for Brooks Brothers.
     
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    Miami and Ft. lauderdale has Maus and Hoffman.
     
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    Winter Park, FL (Orlando)

    John Craig Clothier
     
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    Beecroft & Bull, which also has locations in VA Beach and Charlottesville.

    Franco's in Richmond.

    Eljo's in Charlottesville.
     
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    I think there are really great things coming up in this thread. However, for keeping oversight it probably would be good to maintain this as a living list, meaning that everybody who wants to add, copy and pastes already made suggestions (grouped by continent, country and city) into the reply and then adds new stores. Hence, one can easily get an overview of the whole list by simply jumping to the last post. I will try to get a summary of what has already been added and then we can work from there.
     
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    John Helmer Haberdasher
    Blake
    Reveille
     
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  20. AlexE

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    AMERICAS

    Canada

    Montreal
    - Clusier
    - L'Uomo

    Toronto
    - Leatherfoot
    - Harry Rosen

    United States

    New York, NY
    - Paul Stuart
    - epaulet
    - Leffot Shoes
    - Bergdorf Goodman Men's store

    Chicago, IL
    - Paul Stuart
    - Haberdashery
    - Syd Jerome
    - George Greene

    Atlanta, GA
    - Sid Mashburn

    St. Louis, MO
    - Mister Guy
    - Woody's
    - Kim Kuehner
    - Morris Fashions

    Washington, D.C.
    - William Fox & Co.
    - Riccardi's (this place sucks and is a complete rip off)

    Pittsburgh, PA
    - Larrimore's
    - Nettleton's

    San Francisco, CA
    - Wilkes Bashford
    - Unionmade
    - The Hound

    Richmond, VA
    - Peter Blair
    - Beecroft & Bull
    - Franco's

    Charlottesville, VA
    - Eljo's

    Charleston, SC
    - Ben Silver

    Newport Beach, CA
    - Gary's

    Beverly Hills, CA
    - Carroll & Co.

    Boston, MA
    - LouisBoston
    - Andover Shop

    Greenwich, ??
    - Richard's

    Westport, ??
    - Mitchell's

    Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN
    - Hubert White
    - Heimie's Haberdashery
    - Judd Frost Clothiers

    Portland, OR
    - Mario's
    - John Helmer Haberdasher
    - Blake
    - Reveille
    - Seams To Fit

    Seattle, WA
    - Mario's

    Carmel, CA
    - Khaki's

    Salt Lake City, UT
    - Utah Woolen Mills

    Denver, CO
    - Lawrence Covell
    - Homer Reed

    Buffalo, NY,
    - O'Connell's

    Dallas, TX
    - Culwell & Son
    - Stanley Korshak

    Birmingham, AL
    - Plainclothes

    Winter Park, FL (Orlando)
    - John Craig Clothier


    ASIA

    Hong Kong
    - The Armoury


    EUROPE

    Germany

    Munich
    - Eduard Meier/James Dowie
    - Emanuel Berg München
    - Lodenfrey (men's store)
    - Max Dietl
    - R. Danis Schuhmanufaktur
    - Schuhe & Handwerk
    - Unützer
    - Werner Scherer

    Frankfurt
    - Diehl & Diehl

    Hamburg
    - Ladage & Oelke

    Berlin
    - Brummer
    - Edsor

    Düsseldorf
    - Schlichtmann

    Italy

    Milan
    - Al Bazar
    - M. Bardelli
    - Neglia Sartoria

    Naples
    - Magnifique

    Rome
    - Battistoni

    Spain

    Barcelona
    - Bel y Cia

    Sweden

    Stockholm
    - Skoakiebiolget

    United Kingdom

    London
    - Drake's London
    - Edward Green
     
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