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Four years after launching its first stand-alone menswear shop, the Liquor Store in Tribeca, J.Crew has opened this nearby suit-focused mecca for dapper gents. Clothes are displayed on antique furniture, including a midcentury George Nelson shelving unit and industrial steel flat files, while framed prints by artists such as Jasper Johns add some character to the open space. You’ll find suit pants in worsted wool ($225), Irish linen ($158) and cashmere ($495), along with suit vests ($98–$135), two-button jackets ($298–$995), sports coats ($168–$995) and blazers ($168–$595). Button-down dress shirts ($65–$135) are plentiful, as are cashmere V-neck sweaters ($198) in an eye-popping array of hues. Pull your look together with neckties ($50–$83), pocket squares ($39–$94), colorful Corgi dress socks ($28–$32) and Alden for J.Crew shoes, including cap-toe boots ($645) and wing tips ($515