Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
The first ever Gentleman’s Vintage Clothing Show [a spinoff of the popular Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show] brought 20 of the nation’s preeminent men’s clothing dealers under one roof this past weekend at the Prince George Ballroom in New York City. Heller’s Cafe, Amarcord Vintage, The Way We Wore, Cherry Vintage, and several other top dealers brought with them a stunning [and varied] selection covering everything from coveted heritage workwear to rayon Hawaiian shirts, 40s French military wear, ivy league athletic uniforms and more.
Stay tuned for the full report on Stylesight, and for those who couldn’t make the show, there will be a holiday pop-up sale at the Chelsea Market next month that is not to be missed, details to follow. Below, a series of our favorite pieces and details from this inaugural effort.
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