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Hickey Freeman in Buffalo/Toronto


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Oct 8, 2008
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Hello all,

Can someone tell me where I can find Hickey Freeman suits close to Buffalo or Toronto?

I was also wondering if there is a Brooks Brothers near Buffalo (looking for an 1818 or Golden Fleece suit)?



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Sep 10, 2007
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M Wile (http://www.mwile.com/) used to sell some Hickey Freeman suits/sportcoats, but I'm not sure whether these included the fused variety or not. You may want to give them a call. The "store" is located in a warehouse/factory and it's a little getto, but it's very Buffalo :)

You could also make the trip to Rochester, and go directly to the Hickey Freeman outlet, located at the factory (http://www.hickeyoutlets.com/rochester/). They have mostly the mainline canvassed variety of suits there. There are many suits to choose from, especially in the 42-46 range. They also carry some sportswear. Beware though, it may be hard to find a solid charcoal/navy as most of the suits are pinstriped, etc.

O'Connell's in Buffalo carries H. Freeman (different from Hickey Freeman) and Southwick. I don't think Riverside Men's Shop carries Hickey Freeman (http://www.riversidemens.com/departments.htm).

There is no actual BB in Buffalo either. Howere there is an outlet store in Niagara Falls. I'm not sure whether you'll find any Golden Fleece there.

Buffalo used to have many more choices in terms of tailored clothing, but, like jobs and the economy, they are no more...

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