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Moulé

Founded in Canada in 1987, Moulé has expanded to include 4 stores, with the Portland outpost being the first shop on American soil. The sophisticated urbanite will find much to love at Moulé, with its varied selection of wearable separates by Rogan, Surface to Air, Pringle, Kaylee Tankus, and more. An eclectic and cosmopolitan accessories offering provides the perfect complement to the apparel on hand at Moulé.
1225 NW Everett Street

Portland, Oregon 97209

Tel: (503) 227-8530

www.moulestores.com


Keeping in mind the needs of the Northwestern man, Moulé offers casual-cool graphic T-shirts and durable denim from the likes of Naked and Famous, while discreetly upping the style ante with blazers by Rogan and tweaked dress shirts by Just a Cheap Shirt.


At Moulé there’s something for the little ones too, with colorful graphic T-shirts and layettes, printed dresses, and playful rain boots by labels Ben Sherman Kids, Eye Spy, and more. Funky stuffed animals and other unique pieces by Manhattan Toys keep the kids occupied while mom and dad shop for their own wardrobe.


Far from an afterthought, interiors products occupy an entire wall at the Portland outpost of clothier Moulé, with unique ceramics by Jonathon Adler, polished aluminum pieces by Michael Aram, classic cutlery by Claude Dozorme, among others. Perfect for finding an inspired gift or gorgeous functional products for everyday home use, Moulé is sure to have something for everyone.


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