We are very excited for you to meet Mr. Mark Pomerantz, a menswear designer who represents the latest addition to our collection of bespoke offerings. His line of suits and coats is crafted from gorgeous fabrics. What we really love about Mr. Pomerantz’ work is the incredible amount of attention he focuses on embellishments and construction details. You would be hard pressed to find such specific work elsewhere.
We are pleased to welcome Saint Crispin’s for their very first trunk show in San Francisco. St. Crispin’s has been a family owned-and-operated business since the early 1990s. They began with one last, and quickly developed their finely crafted shoes into one of the most respected footwear houses in the business. Below are a couple… Read more »
Sperry Top-Sider, the originators of the boat shoe, will be at Wingtip with both Spring and Fall styles. FEATURING – Fall pre-orders – Gift With Purchase options include complimentary corkscrew, shoe horn, or leather-bound journal – Custom laces–choose from 8 different colors – Nautical cocktails from Wingtip Bar Director Brian MacGregor, plus club snacks Read… Read more »
We are pleased to welcome Saint Crispin’s for their very first trunk show in San Francisco. St. Crispin’s (named for the Patron Saint of Cobblers) has been a family owned-and-operated business since the early 1990s. They began with one last, and quickly developed their finely crafted shoes into one of the most respected footwear houses in the business.
Thanks to everyone who visited Bespoke for our Spring 2014 Oxxford Clothes trunk show. We had a fun and stylish showing, and were reminded throughout the day of the loyalty Oxxford inspires in the gents they outfit:
This Thursday Oxxford Clothes returns to Wingtip. The revered Chicago suitmaker is one of America’s most esteemed bespoke labels. They have been outfitting the most demanding gentlemen for nearly 100 years, and though they have long traded in classic silhouettes, they recently unveiled some more modern fits. Robb Report noted the change in 2010: “The… Read more »
Just Added: Celebrate with complimentary Maker’s Mark Manhattans at 2pm, as well as complimentary shoe shines (as time permits).
We are very pleased to introduce you to Nettleton Footwear. The American Heritage brand has roots stretching back to 1879, and, though dormant as of late, they are stomping back into the footwear scene. We caught up with Nettleton Vice President Jim Tognoni to talk about Nettleton’s story and classically constructed product. Come see the shoes yourself at the Nettleton Trunk Show Friday and Saturday, 10am–6pm.
Beyond accessories–pocket squares, watches, hats–I think the best pairing with bespoke clothing is a classic cocktail. Throughout the history of men’s fashion, guys like to do important things while being well-dressed–like go hunting, sign a deal, or just enjoy a refreshing beverage.
A common question I get is, “What’s the difference between fashion and style in custom clothing?”
Before anything is said about custom clothing, the overall consideration of fashion versus style needs to be addressed. Generally, fashion represents the most current, and, oftentimes, short term trends in styles being shown at the retail level of the distribution chain. On the other hand, style is usually associated with longer lasting looks in the industry.