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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, Milan, London, Hong Kong, the usual. Because you never know when you’re going to need a new pair of striped socks while in Amsterdam.

Here are the latest updates to your already-dapper international rolodex of men’s shops... 112014_shops_1 Etiquette Clothiers, Amsterdam. The NYC-based label known for luxurious basics opens its first European flagship in Les Pays-Bas. Willemsparkweg 116, Amsterdam

112014_shops_2 TOMS, Hong Kong. The charitable shoemaker has landed in the Far East, selling its popular minimalist footwear. Shop 3092B, Podium Level 3, IFC Mall, Central Hong Kong

112014_shops_3 Monocle, Tokyo. The magazine cum lifestyle brand has added a shop to accompany their Tokyo café. Luna Rossa 1F, 1-19-2 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

112014_shops_4 Thom Sweeney, London. Bespoke tailors Thom Whiddett and Luke Sweeney have opened a handsome shop in Mayfair selling ready-to-wear versions of their well-renowned suiting. 33A Bruton Pl, London

112014_shops_5 E. Tautz, London Also popping up in Mayfair is the new flagship for the British label E. Tautz being revived by Patrick Grant. 71 Duke St, London

112014_shops_6 Saint Laurent, Milan. Hedi Slimane continues his hands-on approach at the helm of Saint Laurent by designing the label’s newest shop, in Milan. Via Sant’Andrea 21, Milan

112014_shops_7 Shinola, London. Detroit’s torchbearers of Americana have headed across the pond to London’s Soho neighborhood. 13 Newburgh St, London