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Billy blue

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Pink22m, Dec 20, 2003.

  1. Pink22m

    Pink22m Well-Known Member

    Mar 15, 2003
    San Francisco, CA
    I recently visited Billy Blue, a small boutique very close to Union Square in San Francisco. It is a small place, but had some nice merchandise. They carry Eton shirts, as well as this particular brand (I want to say it was Ferazone, but I could be wrong; all I know is that it started with an F). These shirts were quite nice, with a nice cutaway collar that is very reminiscent of the soft roll collars seen on Borelli's. I spoke to a very nice gentleman in there, his name was John I believe. Anyhow, I was wondering if anyone else has visited this boutique, and what their thoughts were. Thanks.
  2. Steve B.

    Steve B. Well-Known Member

    Mar 2, 2002
    San Antonio
    Pink: One of my favorite stores...The shirts you mentioned are Finneamore, and they are really nice. Have been watching a couple of them, as they have a 3 for 2 special right now... Billyblue has been written up several times in GQ, and was a Local Heroes store last January. The only other American place to make the list was Marc's favorite- Jay Kos. [​IMG] I think you spoke to JB- he's the manager- Bill Bragman is the owner. And (disclaimer) they sell my books in the store, so I'm not completely objective. [​IMG]

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