This nearly 200-year-old textile brand recently started producing its own line of bespoke menswear ($135–$1,000), accessories ($20–$500) and furniture ($1,638–$10,140), which have already appeared in television and film projects such as Sherlock Holmes and Boardwalk Empire. Now that the British company has opened its first-ever retail store, spiffy dudes in need of customized garb can also get in on the action. On-site tailors provide measurings and fittings for custom creations, which take six to eight weeks to make. While the majority of the merchandise is bespoke, there are also a slew of ready-to-wear garments from brands such as John Smedley, Yola Colòn and Julia B. Plaid couches and vintage lampposts pepper the plush, living room–style shop, where Worth & Worth hats ($115–$857) and ties ($150–$200) are perched on stands, and Gitman Vintage shirts ($210–$250) are carefully hung along the mahogany walls. Treat yourself to Holland & Sherry Collection sterling-silver pig cufflinks ($350), Sandstorm Kenya for Holland & Sherry linen-and-leather weekend bags ($200) and Portland General Store body products ($16–$68).
|Venue name:||Holland & Sherry Bespoke (CLOSED)||Contact:|
209 Elizabeth St
|Cross street:||between Prince and Spring Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to Spring St|
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