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Garmentory is a name I’ve heard passed around my female coworkers like they’re whispering the secretive location of an epic party. Clearly there was something exciting going on, but without a dedicated men’s section I couldn’t get an invite. So I am genuinely excited that Garmentory is launching menswear today.
Garmentory is not a traditional retailer that buys products, stocks up, and then sells them to you, the consumer. Instead, the site works as a network of different boutiques and designers that you can shop directly from, all at one URL. Garmentory’s men’s section is launching with 50 shops and designers, making it possible to buy from Brooklyn’s Swords-Smiths, Vancouver’s Neighbour, and Minneapolis’s Wilson + Willy's without even clicking over to another website. We’ve combed through the selection and picked out the best things to buy immediately.
Our Legacy Funnel Blouson Mudd Polarfleece ($179)
Corridor Duck Dyed Indigo Overshirt ($265)
Sunspel Long Sleeve Polo Woven Collar ($120)
Stephan Schneider Shirt Flag Yellow ($114)
Ekrn Article 001 High Black ($358)
Assembly New York Hemp Vienna Blazer ($145)
Neuw Denim Jacket Beaten ($152)
Reebok x Garbstore Classic Leather Tan ($91)
Blue Blue Japan Woven Pure Indigo “Sashiko” Hand Patchwork Jacket ($403)
Danner Mountain Light ($380)