Retail Buzz: Miller’s Oath

A new store in New York's West Village neighborhood celebrates the best of men's tailoring.

Images courtesy of Foster Huntington via A Continuous Lean

After running Barker Black with his brother Derrick, Kirk Miller recently opened Miller’s Oath on Greenwich Street in New York’s West Village. With experience at Paul Stewart and Thom Browne, Miller understands how to respect the tradition of menswear while incorporating contemporary elements and details for today’s man. Offering some of the world’s best fabrics and an interesting one-button soft shouldered silhouette, the loyal customers who continue to visit the simple storefront know that with the high price point comes integrity of design, attention to detail and tailored clothing made specifically for them. Sport coats start at $2200 and suits at $3200, with a process that typically includes a consultation and three fittings — all created by one dedicated tailor.

510 Greenwich Street, New York New York 10013 · 212.219.9965

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