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You may be familiar with our love for Ernest Alexander, the dapper-dude men's line that constantly has us swooning (we even collab-ed on a bag with Mr. EA). Now, the designer will be bringing his signature tailored jackets and rugged accessories to Soho, with the arrival of his new NYC flagship store. Designed to resemble a modern-day trading post, the bros boutique will allow style-savvy New Yorkers to shop the entire collection, and admire the designer's own collection of antique knick-knacks that decorate the space. The space will be open for business starting this Friday, and you can bet we'll be the first ones in line, ready to dress our boyfriends to the nines (or, for the dudes in the office, camp out ourselves). The best part? We've got a sneak peek of Alexander's selection—click through to check out the goods, and get some ensemble ideas of your own.
Ernest Alexander, 98 Thompson Street (between Prince and Spring streets); 800-770-6658.
Photo: Courtesy of Ernest Alexander
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