We’re collaborating with Moore & Giles to give one lucky gent a Benedict Duffel bag, stuffed with accessories from some of our favorite vendors–St.James of London, Baxter of California, Marvis, Wurkin Stiffs, Pantherella, Derek Rose, Peter Millar, and Margo Petitti–plus additional leather goods from Moore & Giles. You’ll definitely want to throw your hat in… Read more »
Moore & Giles’ Airstream Trailer will be parked outside Wingtip all day for this unique traveling trunk-show on wheels. Stop by to see an array of fine leather bags and wood furnishings in a unique and stylish setting. We will be serving Sparkling herb lemonade in the morning and whisky sours in the afternoon for… Read more »
Wingtip is pleased to offer a new line of American-made leather goods. Ghurka, with their headquarters in New York and their factory in Norwalk, Connecticut, has been creating fine, rugged, beautiful accessories since 1975.
Some people think leather goes well with denim. We think it goes well with whiskey.
Stop by Wingtip this Thursday for a trunk show with Moore & Giles, one of our favorite leather-goods makers. The show will feature a preview of Moore & Giles’ latest offerings–not to mention, cocktail samples from Bulleit Frontier Whiskey
Thursday, 10/18, 5-8pm.
Throughout 2013, our club will be opening several themed, private parlor rooms for members to entertain in. The Velvet Room, inspired by the tuxedo, will open first. The Tweed Room, whose fabrics were generously loaned to us by Johnstons of Elgin, will open second. It is likely the third room will be the Leather Room,… Read more »
The SF Chronicle ran a feature on Mulholland Bros., one of our favorite local brands, over the weekend. There are some new stories here that we hadn’t even heard yet. Click through to read the full article and see more pictures. “Jay Holland eased out of high school with a 1.0 GPA. He took an 11-year break… Read more »
When leather goods designers Moore & Giles set out to produce a leather conditioner, they contacted Virginia-based saddle manufacturer Tad Coffin. Coffin grew up on Long Island, and started riding horses at age 10. To say he had a knack for it is an understatement.He finished off his amateur horse-riding career with back-to-back double gold… Read more »
I’m in New York for the week for Market, with appointments with all of our major vendors. We added Dunhill accessories late last year, and will be adding much, much more this year. It’s things like this that get me really excited about expanding their storied brand.