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post #91 of 98

Yes, I recall the neighborhood being a bit iffy, but what a fun store.  I remember rows and rows of chinos in every conceivable color and fabric weight (poplin, regular, brushed twill, etc) and many, though not all, had forward pleats, including those made by British Khaki.  I really liked that brand.

post #92 of 98

leightons was unbelievable alligator shoes 110.00 oleg cassini italian knits vigin wool 100% my salesman  was harry swik.i was like a kid in a candy store when i shopped at leightons also phil kronfield in manhattan brooklynyou had ally's on bay parkway and george richland if anyone knows were you can buy clothes like that let me know

post #93 of 98

i remember field bros also on kings highway there was dorseys neils miller bros jimmy's many shoe stores they were all great

post #94 of 98

yes ther was a ripley's on 47 street and 13 th ave borough park brooklyn they had mohair suits 55.00 they looked like they were wort 200.00 i bought a mohair suit in ally's on bay parkway it was a 175.00 ambassador it was a rust color the salesman i knew very well harold there was a ripley on 21 st ave and 86 street brooklyn

post #95 of 98
When did the Boro Park store close?
post #96 of 98
I knew Phil kronfeld in the late 80's early 90s. He was working out of the showroom on the 14th floor at 85 Fifth Ave. The factory was formally owned by Frank catania then bought by Andrew pollack for his schizophrenic son. System hertling, Julie hertling's brother ran the showroom. I would make shirts for their customers
post #97 of 98
Does any one remember a store that I think was called the London Shop on Madison
Ave or possibly Lexington around the 1960s-70s? It was a very small haberdasher that specialized in shirts and ties. Its very crowded windows
featured the "Mr B" collar on some shirts. The store's proprietor was short
with a mustache

Also another high-end shirt place further up the Avenue DeFree's ?

Finally, I do not know whether it has been mentioned, Battaglia, on Park
off 57th St 1970s, 80s. High end Italian merchandise. I still have some heavy cotton slacks from them which I wish still fit.

Just checked. Battaglia still has a shop on Rodeo Dr.
Edited by comrade - 9/1/16 at 11:55am
post #98 of 98

ripley men stores closed some time in the 70's in borough park

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