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.
After London, it was off to New York for the big menswear show called MRket (MR is a trade magazine for the menswear industry, and this is their show). Between the MRket show and showrooms in Manhattan, probably 80% of what will appear in the store this fall was ordered last week. Here’s a quick… Read more »
Johnstons of Elgin Shawl Collar Cardigan Bills Khakis Sporting Twill Shirt Michael Toschi Berta, Natural w/ Blue Sole Bills Khakis Flannel-Lined Khakis W. Kleinberg Italian Calf Belt in Navy Moore & Giles Wilson Slim Brief Johnstons of Elgin Cashmere Ribbed Hat Gold & Wood Aviator Sunglasses
While we are neck deep in construction, with Heidi keeping a close eye on proceedings (above), we also have some exciting updates on the Grand Opening Party, which will be Thursday, September 27th. As you may know, the event will take place all day in the store from 10am – 6pm. Many of our vendors will be… Read more »
Chicago 1905. The leather industry booms as an offshoot of the area’s meatpacking trade. Tanneries line the north branch of the Chicago river. An immigrant from Ukraine named Isadore Horween sees an opening and establishes I. Horween and Co. At the peak of the industry there were around two dozen tanneries. But a century later,… Read more »
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 »
For those that need to know the exact species their belts are made of, here are the Latin names for the new belts that are now in the store and on the website from W. Kleinberg: Alligator Mississippiensis (alligator) Struthio Camelus Linnaeus (ostrich) Caiman Crocodilus Fuscus (crocodile) Varanus Salvator (lizard) I, for one, did not… Read more »