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post #16 of 97
Thread Starter 

Also New York:

 

epaulet

 

Leffot Shoes

post #17 of 97
Salt Lake City: Utah Woolen Mills

Denver (Cherry Creek) Lawrence Covell

Denver (downtown) Homer Reed

New York City Bergdorf Goodman Men's store
post #18 of 97

Chicago

Syd Jerome

George Greene

post #19 of 97
Thread Starter 

This is awesome work guys, thank you. I think we could really turn this into a cool blog or book. Great work.

post #20 of 97
Buffalo: O'connells
post #21 of 97
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Buffalo: O'connells

Thank you, and great signature.

post #22 of 97
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Originally Posted by JermynStreet View Post

Also,


Boston: Andover Shop

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.
post #23 of 97

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

post #24 of 97
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
post #25 of 97
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by AlexE View Post

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

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.

post #26 of 97
Montreal
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
post #27 of 97

Dallas:

Culwell & Son

Stanley Korshak

post #28 of 97
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Originally Posted by JermynStreet View Post

Where is the Hound?

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.
post #29 of 97
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.
post #30 of 97
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Originally Posted by JLibourel View Post

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.

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?
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