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post #91 of 97

Unless I'm missing them in the summary, I'm surprised by the lack of NOLA listings here. I only travel there once in awhile, but George Bass is one of the most beautiful menswear shops I've ever seen. It's a small shop of impeccable quality. They're incredibly friendly, informative and generous with conversation and restaurant recommendations.

 

And Rubensteins's is the definition of a classic American menswear store. Have an Abita while you shop.

 

While not a full menswear shop, even if you don't wear hats, if you don't at least pay a visit to Meyer the Hatter for the conversation, you're missing out on one of the true old-school New Orleans institutions.

 

The great thing is that these three very different stores are within a block of each other.

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Originally Posted by garyclark View Post

Unless I'm missing them in the summary, I'm surprised by the lack of NOLA listings here. I only travel there once in awhile, but George Bass is one of the most beautiful menswear shops I've ever seen. It's a small shop of impeccable quality. They're incredibly friendly, informative and generous with conversation and restaurant recommendations.

And Rubensteins's is the definition of a classic American menswear store. Have an Abita while you shop.

While not a full menswear shop, even if you don't wear hats, if you don't at least pay a visit to Meyer the Hatter for the conversation, you're missing out on one of the true old-school New Orleans institutions.

The great thing is that these three very different stores are within a block of each other.

Thanks for the heads up Gary. I'll be down in NO in April so I'll be sure to make time to visit these shops.
post #93 of 97

May have missed it but

 

Denver, CO:

 

Lawrence Covell

post #94 of 97
South of San Francisco is Carmel and home of one of the best specialty menswear stores in the US, Khaki's of Carmel. I wish they would open a store in SF.
post #95 of 97

Toronto -  V Hazelton (Borrelli, Kiton, Finamore, Bontoni, etc) as well as Holt Renfrew

post #96 of 97
Add Carson Street Clothiers and NMWA to NYC. Those two places, along with the aforementioned Epaulet and The Armoury, account for the vast majority of my recent clothing purchases.
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South of San Francisco is Carmel and home of one of the best specialty menswear stores in the US, Khaki's of Carmel. I wish they would open a store in SF.

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