She’s attractive. She (yes, she) is a 1966 Bristol Lodekka bus that’s been refitted to house a haberdashery. The whole thing looks like a barrel-aged cocktail in retail form: rich brown walls, wood fixtures, dark leather. Oh, and she was rescued from a life of rock and roll outside Churchill’s Pub in Wynwood. That old story.
You’re doing the custom-made thing here. Shirts, pants and suits are all at your bespoking mercy. If a tweed worsted wool catches your eye, feel free to tell them to craft you a suit out of it. But you can also snap up handmade belts from Genoa, Italy. You’ll need to make an appointment first, though. So, do that.
There’s a speakeasy upstairs. It’s stocked with aged Zacapa rum. And... it’s closed to the public. But if you ask nicely, they just might pour you a tumbler of the brown stuff. Or actually, even if you don’t ask nicely.
But, you know, you still should.