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Oliver Spencer New York

by Evan Orensten in Style on 03 November 2006

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New York's West Village has just gotten a sartorial upgrade, English style, with the recent opening of the first Oliver Spencer boutique in the US. The boutique is a joint venture between Spencer and the team behind New York's hip Odin boutiques.

For over a decade, English gents and international superstars have had the privilege of donning Spencer's sleek, modern look. Now his latest line of menswear is finally available on this side of the pond. The store's design is a direct extension of the collection's unique aesthetic combining traditional English craftsmanship with minimal 21st century silhouettes and trends. Spencer himself hopes to teach American men to be more adventurous and embrace their dormant dandyism by embracing an eclectic theme for their wardrobes rather than choosing pieces that all come from the same label. To that end, the store also carries some vintage mail bags, several English brands found exclusively in the U.S. like Linda Farrow sunglasses, Bill Amberg leather bags and Folk Shoes, as well as clothing from Nice Collective, Rogues Gallery, Rag and Bone and Engineered Garments. More pictures after the jump.

Oliver Spencer
750 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10014

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