Whiskey and women lure well-dressed men to WAREhaus for Mizzen+Main spring launch
Dapper dudes gathered at WAREhaus for the launch of Mizzen+Main's spring collection. Not to knock the Dallas-based menswear brand, but we suspect women and whiskey, courtesy of Fort Worth-based Firestone & Robertson, were equally responsible for luring the guys to the West Village store.
WAREhaus owner Patrick Ware and Mizzen+Main founder Kevin Lavelle welcomed clients — including Chris Heinbaugh, Alfonso Montiel, Chart Westcott, Amanda Kleen, Jacklyn Haley, Jeff King and Zach Zimmerman — to browse the new collection of revolutionary button-downs made with moisture-wicking fabrics. In addition to whiskey, guys were offered beer from Peticolas Brewing Company to enjoy while they browsed.
Even though WAREhaus caters to the gents, we girls dig wandering around the hipster-cool store. This time, we were smitten by the selection of WAREhaus' wooden bow ties and Mizzen+Main's pink houndstooth and Atlantic blue pinstripe dress shirts from the spring collection.