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The Fold

These svelte sheaths are about as low tech as you can get, just a single piece of Horween shell cordovan, three folds, and voila — your cash is snugly secured in horse ass leather for safekeeping. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

Small – 2.5″ x 2.75″ folded, fits U.S. Dollars and no credit cards

Large – 2.5″ x 3.5″ folded, fits all international currencies plus a credit card or two

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Borsalino hats

In the same way shoes compliment a wardrobe from the feet up, a fine hat compliments it from the head down. At the end of the day, it’s the attention to details that separate the men from the boys. That’s not to say it takes a great effort. Donning a hat can be all it takes.

Borsalino hats are classic and stylish, the perfect way to add classic style to a more modern look. These hats are lightweight, extremely comfortable, and best of all, able to stand up to the elements.

We stock Borsalino hats and caps in a variety of styles and colors. They’re all available online and in store.

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Stefano Bemer trunk show, October 2 and 3

You are cordially invited to the first New York trunk show featuring the renowned shoes of Stefano Bemer. Tommaso Milani will be here on October 2 and 3 to present the collection.

Offering both bespoke and ready-to-wear, Stefano Bemer shoes are entirely handmade with exacting attention to detail in their workshop in Florence. A variety of leathers are available, ranging from traditional calfskins and shell cordovan to elephant, hippo, shark, and other exotics, all done in the singular Stefano Bemer style. This isn’t an event to miss.

“A shoe is an object which, if of excellent quality, helps us to walk and live more comfortably. When made from high quality materials and using excellent craftsmanship, it becomes a product that pleases us and stands out from the inevitable globalization of brands and industrially manufactured products.”
—Stefano Bemer, 1964 – 2012

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