Shopping: Carson Street Clothiers Opens
Two former law school roommates have had enough of ‘Big law’ and decide to open a boutique menswear store in the heart of SoHo—It sounds like the pitch for a CBS sitcom, but for Brian Trunzo and Matthew Breen, it’s simply recounting the last few years of their lives. Over the past weekend, Carson Street Clothiers opened the doors to it’s 2,000 square-foot loft-style space, equipped with custom cabinetry, found industrial worktables, steel chests, vintage trucks, and an always-welcome stocked dry bar. And then there’s the clothes! With a healthy mixture of established and emerging brands, CSC caters to the modern global man, playing host to a profusion of labels including Michael Bastian, Ovadia & Sons, Ian Velardi, Barena Venezia, Patrick Ervell, Mark McNairy, wings + horns, Orlebar Brown, Inis Meálin, and Mismo. In addition, the store offers made-to-measure suiting by appointment, working exclusively with legendary Dormeuil fabrics. The in-store program offers fully canvassed and customizable suits operated by bespoke wunderkind Roberto Alfonso Felipe. In addition to additionally, Carson Street Clothiers will offer customer alterations by American haberdasher, Southwick. More after the jump.
The store is located at 63 Crosby Street (between Spring & Broome). For more information, visit their website: www.