Last saturday we attended the Hugh & Crye open house in their new Georgetown space.
The inspiration board was a magnet for our camera:
The horizontal and reinforced last buttonhole, just a small example of the attention to detail in their shirts:
Philip Soriano showing us a new print, available soon online and in their store:
The boss, Pranav Vora wearing one of Hugh & Crye’s new plaids. Note the double button collar. This shirt will be available soon:
Hidden from the street, steps away from the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and O Street, the space is bright (due to large skylights), open and calming; The perfect place to focus on their shirts.
If you don’t already know, Hugh & Crye sells shirts intended to fit the wearer. This is in extreme contrast to the style you see many wearing in Washington DC, huge baggy shirts that may snag on passing objects. To this end, H&C’s shirts use a different sizing method than a typical off the rack shirt. To learn more about their sizing click HERE.
We are very excited for Hugh & Crye, not only do they have a great new space but also great ideas for future designs. The expansion into plaids is notable because that is the type of men’s shirt we want to wear right now. We also believe their Georgetown location will receive increasing foot traffic as word gets around DC.
To see all of our Hugh & Crye content go HERE.