The bespoke boutique offers the best of the best for the dapper gent, including its own brand of suits, shirts, shoes, ties and accessories, all handmade in Italy. Shop downstairs for exclusives by Cesare Attolini, BRM watches, Cutler and Gross eyewear and Hadleighs off-the-rack. Head upstairs to the appointment-only H-Club lounge, where you’ll get tip-top treatment as you shop the custom clothier and browse the savory selection of slippers and suits.
Shop the latest from the runways of Paris, Milan, London and New York at this McKinney Avenue mainstay. Forty Five Ten stocks a well-edited selection of top designer collections, such as Alexander McQueen, Lanvin, Maison Martin Margiela, Neil Barrett and Jil Sander. Pop into sister shop in Highland Park Village, Five and Ten, for more goodies by Band of Outsiders, Kenzo, Aloha Rag and Play Comme des Garcons.
The finicky fellow will find just what he’s looking for at this family-owned custom clothier. Select from more than 3,000 fabric options from Italy, England and Switzerland for shirting, suits and sweaters. Have a current garment you love? These tailors can clone it for you — in as many fabrics as you like. Browse the unique and abundant assortment of cuff links, ties and pocket squares at both locations in Highland Park Village and West Village.
A Dallas staple for the discerning shopper, Stanley Korshak caters to the customer that has a taste for quintessential quality. Shop the 12,000-square-foot men’s department for classic and contemporary sportswear, suits, shoes, and accoutrements by Kiton, Brioni, Belvest, Zegna, Oxxford, Brunello Cucinelli, Loro Piana, Fendi, Eton, Lolly Harrison and more. Made-to-measure fabrics and furnishings as well as custom tailoring are available in-house. The knowledgeable sales associates are often the buyers, so they know their stuff.
Veteran retail experts Patrick Ware, Erin McBriar and Tony Medley have partnered up to open this new go-to spot in the West Village for the guy with a unique sense of style. Find up-and-coming labels such as British-made Percival, New York-based Nicholas K, California-cool Riviera Club, and the hand-constructed Wolf vs Goat. Time to spare? Kick back and enjoy a cocktail at the Haus Bar complete with flat screen.
This is Southern living at its finest. The CFDA award-winning menswear designer attracts the modern-day Southern gentleman with his line of American work wear — think double-breasted leather jackets, green linen plaid suit jackets, handmade quilt shorts, hand-crafted footwear and vintage furnishings — and collaborations with brands like Stetson and K-Swiss.
If you’re looking for the Ferrari of boots, this is the place to go. The legendary boot company has been hand-making boots, saddles, belts, buckles and clothing since 1922. M.L. Leddy’s customizes your boot right down to the toe in the finest of leathers; just be prepared to spend some cash (average cost is $1,200) and wait about six months (we hear there’s a wait list) for your prized possession.
The Knox-Henderson brick-and-mortar carries cool casuals for the man about town. All of the essentials (jeans, tees, shirts, jackets, shoes, accessories) hang among wood and antique displays, some of which are for sale. Look for exclusives like outerwear by Woolrich Woolen Mills, printed tees and button-downs by Folk, kicks by Stussy Deluxe, and Tellason denim. The main attraction is the 1970s Union Special Lock Stitch machine for perfecting the fit of your next favorite pair of jeans.
28 | jan at 9:30 am
|Dallas Holocaust Museum presents Drawn to Action: The Life and Work of Arthur Szyk|
|Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance|
28 | jan at 10:00 am
|The Marvel Experience: The World’s First Hyper-Reality Tour|
28 | jan at 12:00 pm
|Wellness 101: Ayurvedic Winter Wisdom lecture series with Sapna Punjabi Gupta|
|Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art|
28 | jan at 7:30 pm
|Dallas Theater Center presents Stagger Lee|
|Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre|