Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Cloakroom Surry Hills - opening soon!

Things are coming along nicely in Sydney and Josh has been putting some finishing touches to the fitout, including rigging the new lighting.
All going well the doors will swing open this weekend (Aug 1st) to coincide with the InDesign weekend happening in Sydney.

The extra space of the Sydney store will allow us to have a lot more sized stock on the rack and a range of the Grenson shoes ready for you to grab.
Our new range of jackets will be on display, all complete with a few new details inc Bemberg lining as standard. Bemberg is regarded as the best lining there is and is used by the likes of Dior Homme in all their suiting.

If you are in Sydney this weekend please drop in and say hi at 47 Reservoir st.

Saturday, 18 July 2009

Cloakroom Surry Hills - update

Just a little update re. the progress of our Sydney store. The bar has now been wrapped in oak panels, and doors have been sourced to give the shop shell some character.
Also we've just received lights from Alexander Lotersztain from his Bolet collection. Which you can view here.
We're hoping for all the stock and shoes to arrive in the next week and the doors to be open by the end of July.
Stay tuned.

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

How to be a 'Sartorialist'

I saw this today and thought it was a funny take on how to get your mug on the much visited Sartorialist blog.

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

New Snap!

The latest edition of Montreal magazine Snap! has just hit the streets, and it's looking jammed with lots of great stuff.
Have a look online at SNAP! or pick up a copy if you're a Montreal local.

Once again we've run with a double page spread featuring the work of Mr Papi, Mr Clare and Mr DuPlessis.
Looking good guys.

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

New Scarves - just arrived!

After a late start to Winter it's been great to have some cool weather that warrants wearing some real clothes.
Although we still have a few of the linen scarves left, we have just had some new additions arrive. Most impressive is a new fabric we've recently sourced - an English made Silk/Cashmere, which is incredibly soft and very resistant to creasing or crunching.
Also on offer we have a grey Italian wool with blue window pane check.

Be quick these are too good to last!