Inside the Indochino Traveling Tailor’s Visit to Washington DC

Indochino at Living Social in Washington DCThe gang from Indochino, including CEO Kyle Vucko and President Heikal Gani, has arrived in Washington.  From March 2nd through the 10th, the company’s tailors and stylists will show customers around their product line of suits, shirts and accessories and take measurements out of Living Social’s 918 F Street NW location.

Inside: Charles Tyrwhitt DC at Farragut Square — updated

Charles-Tyrwhitt-DCDiscovering custom shirting and high-quality craft retail from around the country is wonderful, but everyone needs a couple of solid go-to local stores to turn to for some of the basics. For me, Charles Tyrwhitt fits the bill, which is why it was nice to see the company choose DC as its second U.S. location following New York.  Here’s a look inside and some impressions

Inside: Michael Andrews Bespoke for the Holidays

Fireplace at Michael Andrews BespokeWith Christmas rapidly approaching, Modern Fellows stopped in Michael Andrews Bespoke’s showroom off of Dupont Circle to follow up on our earlier conversation and see how they were getting along since launching their DC operations in October. We spoke with Michael and Carly about how their DC clientele compares with New York, and found the place all decked out for the holidays.

First Look Inside Suit Supply DC

August 30 marked the eagerly awaited opening of Dutch-based Suit Supply in Washington, DC.  Their DC outpost, at 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue in the Four Seasons in Georgetown, is their third in the United States following entries into New York and Chicago last year. 

Baltimore: Highlights from Confirmed Stock Pop-up Event

Who goes to the mall anymore? Between online deal sites, warehouse events and, increasingly, pop-up and other alt-retail events, savvy retailers and entrepreneurs are coming up with new ways to part men from their money.  In Baltimore on April 28, Confirmed Stock held its inaugural pop-up event featuring “Menswear, vintage, dry goods, lifestyle.”