When I visited New York last year I had the opportunity to meet many of the great people behind some of my favorite companies. One such person is Greg Lellouche, who founded No Man Walks Alone last year. Like I said then, Greg and his team have done a great job of finding wonderful items across a broad spectrum of styles; the garments vary significantly throughout the store, but the level of quality is high throughout.
During my most recent trip East I had the opportunity to stop by the No Man Walks Alone HQ and meet up with Kyle, who runs the day-to-day operations of the store along with Greg. I was able to take a look at some of their core products that I’d only seen online and peek at some new items headed to the website in the next couple of weeks. Just like before, I found the items to be exceptional across the board, both in quality and level of design.
One of the brands I was most excited to see was Eidos, whom I’ve written about previously. No Man Walks Alone is stocking them for the first time this season and most of the available items are unique to this store. Of particular interest is the stock of sportcoats and suits in the “Lorenzo” cut, which features a wider lapel with a lower gorge, lower button stance, widened chest and shoulders, and open quarters. The silhouette is inspired in part by the Liverano house, and I expect it to be a big seller. I should mention that stock is very limited (only one or two of each size per item), so don’t expect for it to sit around too long.
Anyway, here are a slew of photos from my visit. Any item that isn’t yet online should be very soon.
L.B.M. 1911 casentino wool
G. Inglese handmade shirts
Stock Vass models – MTO options are always available.
Perusing new F/W ties with Kyle
Looking at the few remaining Drake’s ties from S/S ‘14
Farnese tubular belts – these were way more impressive than I was expecting. A truly exceptional product.
And now, a taste of the Eidos stock that No Man Walks Alone will be carrying:
Navy donegal sportcoat
Guncheck flannel sportcoat – my personal favorite
A dark, heavy navy herringbone 3-piece
3-piece Prince-of-Wales suit