The New International Men’s Shops to Know
- Kempt Staff
In our grand tradition of keeping you up to date on the international men’s shop scene, we’ve scoured the globe for the newest openings in your regular haunts—you know, Shanghai, Berlin, the usual. Because you never know when you’re going to need some British tailoring while in Hamburg.
Here are the latest updates to your already-dapper international rolodex of men’s shops...
Todd Snyder, Tokyo. A well-appointed townhouse filled with Snyder’s casual tailoring and collection with Champion.
B1-2F 6-18-14 Jingumae Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Nudie Jeans Repair Shop, Berlin. A new concept store featuring a jeans repair shop and all of the denim your German getaway requires.
Munzstrasse 21, Berlin
Atelier Roberu, Yokohama. The highly sought-after Japanese leather experts have finally opened up a shop in Yokohama—if you ever happen to find yourself in Japan’s second-largest city.
3-88-1F Naka-ku, Yokohama Hanasaki-cho
Paul Smith, Hamburg. Paul Smith’s first shop in Germany is an 1800s townhouse filled with everything from menswear to furniture.
Hohe Bleichen 15, Hamburg
Nigel Cabourn, The Army Gym, Tokyo Cabourn opens his Japanese flagship shop—a rustic sliver of British military heritage and Everest-worthy outerwear.
1-21-4 Aobadai Meguro-Ku, Tokyo
Hugo Boss, Hong Kong. This new men’s shop in central HK is the crown jewel of Hugo Boss’s new global push—now under the direction of Jason Wu.
8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong