Dec 06, 2018 | By Quentin Humphrey
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|Any Old Iron is the result of collaboration between designer Andrew Clancey and art entrepreneur Christopher Melton. Clancey’s family has been in the scrap metal industry for 125 years – the store’s name is a term that scrap metal workers would yell from the back of horse-drawn carriages as they were working. The Lower East Side store houses rare menswear imported from the United Kingdom, including vintage accessories and rock-and-roll suiting. 149 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
|The store’s wood floors and paneling are painted high-gloss black for a hard rock feel. Among the racks of eclectic and vintage clothes, the store has gray-toned British flags hanging as dressing room curtains. Muted colors let the one-of-a-kind clothing stand out.
A majority of the items in the store are exclusive to Any Old Iron and include pieces from designers such as Sir Tom Baker, Bolongaro Trevor, A Child of the Jago, Red Mutha and Electronic Poet.
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