AG was launched in 2000 and believes in crafting clothing that reflects a modern sensibility while staying sophisticated. Their vertically integrated manufacturing brings together AG’s design expertise and manufacturing ingenuity.
Alex Mill’s mission is to create an essential wardrobe for men, focusing on craftsmanship and character and something that only improves with each wear.
Originally founded in England producing all weather jackets for motorcyclists, Belstaff’s still crafts some of the coolest jackets and apparel perfect for riding or relaxing. Their signature wax cotton is waterproof and wears and ages beautifully.
Based in Eugene Oregon, Bill Adler has been crafting leather goods for over 30 years. Working with factories all over the world, Bill Adler uses time tested construction methods to support their quality products.
Based in Florence, Alabama, Billy Reid’s aesthetic lies somewhere between traditional and contemporary menswear, somewhat bohemian and somewhat urbane, all of which creates a unique look and feel. The patterns, fabrics and colors create a refined collection that all men can appreciate.
At the core of the brand is a constant innovation in new fabric technologies and dyeing processes as well as ongoing research in vintage military uniforms and work suits, all of which give CP Company a distinctive look and feel.
Starting out in 1920, Dehen began making collegiate sweaters for student athletes. Based in Portland Oregon since the beginning, Dehen 1920 continues to make heavyweight apparel which will stand the test of time.
Elegant and sophisticated knitwear has been the hallmark of Gran Sasso since 1952. Their motto, “Quality is always fashionable,” is never more apparent when you wear a Gran Sasso sweater or polo. It’s soft hand and luxurious appearance makes each item a must have.
Grayers takes its name from the term given to the gray flannel trousers young Englishmen began wearing in 1950’s. Back then, grey flannel was considered casual. Grayers founder, Peter Georgiou, recognized a gap in the casual men’s market and sought out to create a collection of great fitting, well made pieces at affordable prices.
Always thinking one step ahead, Hudson attempts to innovate the best of British shoe design, and succeeds. The founders enduring ambition was and is, to offer contemporary design with everyday affordability.
Casual sport coats with a sartorial feel. Wear these with your dress pants or jean, they look equally great with either. Check out their stock book for more fabric and color options
Mason’s makes a superb pant, mixing just the right amount of style with comfort. All pants have the perfect mix of cotton and stretch which keeps each ideal to pair with a casual sport coat or sneakers.
Moore & Giles is all about leather. Founded in 1933, the company’s primary business had been supplying shoe leather uppers to footwear companies. In the 1980’s, the company’s focus shifted to supplying leather to the home furnishings industry.
Two British expats, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville started Rag & Bone in 2002 with no formal fashion training. Their goal: to create beautifully constructed clothes using time honored techniques of skilled manufacturers in some of the oldest factories in the country.
Husband and wife team Victor Lytvinenko and Sarah Yarborough started Raleigh Denim Workshop in 2007 in Raleigh North Carolina. They immersed themselves in the history and techniques of traditional American jeans making by way of informal apprenticeships.
In the late 1970’s, Randolph began manufacturing aviator sunglasses for the US Air Force and became the prime contractor in 1982. Randolph remains an iconic American brand producing sunglasses, optical frames and shooting glasses.