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GQ Ranks its Ten Favorite Independent American Men's Stores

One of Racked's Nashville faves, Imogene + Willie, is a top-tenner
One of Racked's Nashville faves, Imogene + Willie, is a top-tenner

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GQ has released its 2010 ranking of the ten best independent men's stores in the United States. From Brooklyn to Madison, Wisconsin, and onto Los Angeles, the list includes everything from the destination for southern gentlemen (Sid Masburn in Atlanta) to hipster-central (Opening Ceremony in New York and LA). In between are sprinkled some of our personal favorites—including Nashville's Imogene + Willie and Miami's ultra-chic The Webster. Check out the full list after the jump.

1. Opening Ceremony (New York, Los Angeles)
2. Sid Masuburn (Atlanta)
3. Context (Madison, WI)
4. The Webster (Miami)
5. Confederacy (Los Angeles)
6. Stag (Austin)
7. The Field House (Seattle)
8. Hollander & Lexer (Brooklyn)
9. Unionmade (San Francisco)
10. Imogene + Willie (Nashville)

· The 10 Best Independent Men's Stores in America [GQ]
· Imogene + Willie [Racked]