The Oxford cloth button-down is my all-time favorite shirt. The look is classic, the texture is distinct — it’s arguably the most versatile shirt in any man’s closet. The shirt’s origin dates back to 19th-century Scotland at one of the country’s oldest fabric mills. The mill produced a series of four distinct fabrics, each named […]

When we redesigned our storefront a few months ago, we consciously left room for minor adjustments – swapping out furniture, rearranging displays, keeping the space flexible. We’d like to introduce the latest addition to the shop . . . our new Tecumseh portrait.   Quick history lesson: Born in 1768, Tecumseh was chief of the […]

Nothing says “summer” like a lightweight linen. The fabric of choice for warmer weather, linen’s crisp texture easily absorbs perspiration and doesn’t cling to the skin, allowing air to better circulate around the body. The White Royal Linen from our current Short Run Shirting Collection is made from a luxurious high thread count linen. The looser […]

It’s safe to say that many of us share a soft spot for craftsmanship, particularly when it comes to handmade leather goods. While thumbing through last month’s issue of Monocle magazine, a brief article featuring Joseph Cheaney & Sons, a U.K. based shoemaker, caught my eye. Despite gaining a reputation for the quality of their […]

For the finest bespoke and made-to-measure suits in the U.S., look no further than those of Martin Greenfield. In this short documentary, “Lessons From a Tailor,” Mr. Greenfield shares lessons he has learned from six decades of tailoring. After surviving the Holocaust, Mr. Greenfield immigrated to the United States in 1947, working at GGG Clothing […]

Our Reserve Collection of Short Run, which we released earlier this week, features shirts constructed from the finest 120 and 140 woven cotton from Cotonificio Albini and Tessitura Monti. Throughout the collection’s lookbook, we frequently mix color and pattern as we pair the shirts with our spring woven neckties. We asked Juliana, our photo shoot […]

A few months ago, we asked our Facebook fans to help us design a shirt for our Short Run Collection. While Short Run typically gives us an opportunity to be a bit more experimental with design, we decided to revamp the process a bit and offer you a chance to choose collar style and pocket options in […]

In the lookbook for our newly released collection of Short Run Shirting, we pair the short run shirts with our Spring Collection of woven neckties. Spring is the season for color and pattern, but combining the two can often prove to be a more difficult task than expected. To help give us gents some sartorial direction, […]

Last Friday, we invited our friends, family, and guests to help us celebrate the re-launch of our showroom. It’s been nearly a year since the last time we threw a party and we admittedly were long overdue. A handful of our Short Run partners and friends were there to celebrate with us. Marty Key from […]

It’s no secret that we have a deep appreciation for design and we frequently discuss our favorite designers inside the office. In addition to the greats, there’s a contemporary class of designers that are borrowing the clean and simple aesthetics of the mid-century era and making them their own. A few months ago I stumbled […]

Showing some love for the ladies today with a round up of a few of our favorite femmes fatales. First up, Nico. This belle had a minimalistic sense of style, wearing mostly black and white solids complimented with an occasional patterned ascot. Her style was top notch in all of its casual elegance. She had […]