Which is a problem for your wardrobe, seeing as you’re still pulling from your January closet.
No worries. We found a place where you can get properly outfitted. And land a suit by Paul Newman’s former tailor...
Presenting Rag & Bone, the first full store from the NYC clothing company, now soft-open for all your Peruvian cotton tees and Japanese denim stockpiling needs.
So should you be looking to replace some wardrobe items that have recently suffered supreme duress (read: this past weekend in New Orleans), head here. Among the hardwood floors and exposed brick, you’ll overhaul your lower half with skinny chinos, coral golfer’s pants and their trademark unwashed jeans made in the USA using Japanese denim.
For the torso: go for the über-soft Peruvian cotton tees with a ’60s beach-inspired look (call it shirting by way of the Beach Boys), military-influenced leather-trimmed jackets and some knit chamber vests (nothing makes a statement quite like a spiffy waistcoat).
You’ll also be able to pop in for some officewear. Think: solid and striped bow ties, and even access to a line of custom-tailored suits and blazers, created in partnership with Martin Greenfield, onetime tailor to the likes of Paul Newman and Bill Clinton.
Who would have made an excellent pair of wingmen in their prime.