^ I dropped by the new Charlotte shop this afternoon. It's actually a shop-in-shop inside Taylor, Richards Conger. It's very small, only a single room. I only saw select pieces from the regular collection; nothing from the Levi's or Stetson collaborations. I remember the following in particular.
Grey plaid city car coat: Really sweet. Medium weight. IMO, the pattern is rather subtle in person.
Navy Bowery peacoat: Nice heavy weight, but it slips on quite easily. The 100% wool fabric is quite nice. Leather trim is nice.
Chocolate moleskin sportcoats: very smooth, fine hand.
Saxony plaid trousers: Nice pattern
Rosedale shirts: Fit 1, the trimmest fit in the collection. They had that sweet grey plaid in XL and XXL. I'll probably get the light purple plaid myself.
Monogram oxfords: Fit 2, they're "Italian-esque" tailored fit.
Orleans shirts: Fit 3, the loosest fit.
Tuscumbia shirts: Fit 2.
They also had the savannah shawl sweater, the library cardigans, and the club v-necks. I didn't try any of them all, but they're all wonderfully soft.
For clothing, they had mostly M-XL. Very few S. Also, no 38Rs in the sport coats.
Finally, the shoes. They had the Olden boot, the Indianola chukka, the d-ring loafers, and the wingtip loafers. Those things were the business. I totally would have gotten the Olden boot, but I need "professional" footwear right now.
If you go there, ask for Nathan. If I recall correctly he's there most days.