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Clarks men’s edit. Our first ever dedicated men’s showcase has closed its doors but luckily we took some time to film the pop-up store in all its vintage glory.

Clarks men’s edit

Located in the heart of Neal Street, Covent Garden, The Men’s Edit store hosted events with traditional shoe-shining, gourmet street food and craft beers on tap. Throw in the hand-picked edit of Clarks men’s shoes, including the ground breaking collaboration with Norton Motorcycles, and you’ve got a winning combination. Now, on to the next one… Halberstadts share plans for downtown store. A new men's clothing concept from the owners of Halberstadt Co. will open downtown this spring. 1 of 7 Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions J.H.

Halberstadts share plans for downtown store

& Sons will renovate the former Susanne's on Phillips at 216 S. "We've been looking at downtown for a couple years now and love that space, absolutely love downtown," owner Jeff Halberstadt said. Halberstadt's son, Jaime, joined the business full time about six months ago and will run the downtown location. "We're planning to put a ton of work into it, but just on its own it already has character," Jaime Halberstadt said.

J.H. & Sons will offer a combination of traditional men's clothing and what Jeff Halberstadt calls "a bit more edgier but not a trendy T-shirt store. " "It's the next generation," he said. Canfield Business Interiors is designing the new space. The back of the store will have more of a refined look "but still very accessible with more tailored clothing, suits, jackets and slacks," he said. The plan is to open by April 1. Tailor Thom Sweeney to open second store. Zara to open menswear store at Bullring. Three Ways to Reinvent Retail for Men. INTERVIEW: To infinity and beyond. Independent menswear chain Infinities has revamped its Hanley, store and opened its 11th outlet, its first dedicated footwear fascia, called Resole, also in Hanley.

INTERVIEW: To infinity and beyond

The revamp will see the retailer extend the amount of space dedicated to Paul Smith, while Resole offers premium sneaker and streetwear brands. Company director Andrew Scott spoke to Petah Marian about the plans and what’s selling well. Menswear Insight: What’s selling well at Resole? Andrew Scott: In terms of footwear, which is Resole’s primary focus, Nike is doing really well, Adidas Originals is number one, it seems to have a bit of a northern fan base.

There’s a lot of the Reebok classic vibe coming through with a lot of white. MI: What about Infinities? Story continues below. When you visit this men's boutique, it's best to mind your Ps & Qs. Q: Startup money?

When you visit this men's boutique, it's best to mind your Ps & Qs

A: I have three partners and we all worked full-time and were living in New York. I was the first to leave and opened a men's [sneaker-and-streetwear] shop in Chinatown in 2008 called Abakus Takeout. We closed it in 2013. Clarks to open The Men's Edit pop-up. Opening for three weeks in Seven Dials on Wednesday (23 October), the store will stock an edit of the retailer’s autumn/winter 2014 collection.

Clarks to open The Men's Edit pop-up

Clarks has promised the store will feature a completely unique design inspired by shoemaking craftsmanship and contemporary design. It will also host an event in partnership with Shortlist magazine and the publication's digital product Mr Hyde on 30 October. The drinks reception will feature an in-store shoeshiner and attendees will be given a free gift with purchase. Clarks, which said the pop-up is part of its many ‘brand-building’ exercises this year, worked with PR agency Portas to plan the creative for the store. Ubiq Philadelphia. Stores. Those of us who are tired of throwawayism and of pointlessly amassing closetfuls of disposable footwear, are starting to pay serious attention to the kind of shoe quality that only true expertise and attention to detail can produce.

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Voting with our wallets, we’d rather shop once a year and obtain something that is beautiful, durable and worth the high price, than keep throwing our money – and shoes – away season after season. Traditional men’s shoe makers Joseph Cheaney and others like them are thriving today because they give us what we want. If you have been making fine men’s’ shoes since 1886 in Northamptonshire, the region known for high-quality English shoemaking, you have the history, traditions and expertise to claim top-price for your product today. The brand is thriving not just in London, where five stores have opened in five years, but also in China, Japan, continental Europe and Russia.

The front of the store highlights the factory and the process of making each pair. Ne.Sense Taipei Store Opening Recap. Helmed by three brothers with a passion for simple and functional designs, the vision of Ne.Sense emerged in 2013 and has come to full fruition with the unveiling of its first brick and mortar in its hometown, Taipei.

Ne.Sense Taipei Store Opening Recap

Pivoted by quality, Ne.Sense looks to fashion as a language to communicate its message – that style can’t be bought but only attained via one’s lifestyle and virtuous outlook. Stocking acclaimed international brands — such as Stampd, SECOND/LAYER, 424 Fairfax — alongside fledgling labels from the Asia-Pacific region, Ne.Sense bridges the gap between the East and West while broadening the perspective of local fashion aficionados with upcoming trends. Inspired by the five elements of Chinese philosophy: water, fire, wood, metal and earth, the impressive interior of Ne.Sense also deserves recognition. It employs concrete slabs and exposed brickwork alongside geometric wooden panels.