Posts Tagged: Made in the USA

Cutting W. Kleinberg Belts to Order [VIDEO]

As you may know, we cut every single W. Kleinberg belt to your specifications. If your waist size is 36″, we measure 36″ from the middle hole of the belt to the end of the belt strap, which gives you a little wiggle room on either side of Thanksgiving.

Memorial Day Weekend Wear from Bills Khakis

Need some last-minute gear for the long weekend? We’ve got it covered with four selections from Bills Khakis in a seasonally-appropriate array of colors. First up is the limited-edition Linen Cotton Chambray Shirt (left). Soft, versatile. Mix and match with the Island Twill Parker Shorts (below left), or give your outfit more contrast with one of the… Read more »

Moore & Giles Leather Conditioner, created in collaboration with Tad Coffin

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 »

Agave Polo Shirts get some blog love

Clothing Made In USA Blog has a nice mention of the Agave polo shirts that we recently received for spring, calling Agave “one of their favorite made in USA clothing brands.” Agave’s new polos are limited edition knits made from supima-cotton (softer, less pilling) and garment dyed (richer, long-lasting color). We’ve been carrying Agave’s jeans… Read more »

New Casual Belts from W. Kleinberg

Made in the US. Dozens of premium leathers, in hundreds of colors and styles. Interchangeable buckles and straps. Custom orders welcome. These are some of the reasons we’re enamored of Atlanta’s W. Kleinberg. Our latest additions from their workshop are three casual belts. The matte calf is a thick, sturdy, yet surprisingly supple choice. Offered… Read more »

Margo Petitti in Robb Report

Robb Report recently did a piece on Margo Petitti. For those of you new to her work, Margo takes small bolts of suit and sport coat fabrics from mills like Zegna and Barberis, then fashions them into limited edition, patchwork scarves. We were one of the first retailers to discover her over 2 years ago… Read more »