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Little Five Points seems the absolute wrong place to launch a suiting company, but not to Matt Lambert. He’s brought a bit of punk-rock flair to high-tailored menswear with his newly debuted brand, Factor’s, based on Moreland Avenue.
Last weekend, Atlanta United arrived at Mercedes-Benz stadium for the home opener looking particularly dapper in new custom suits. That’s thanks to bespoke outfitter Knot Standard, which announced its partnership with the team for pre-game and travel attire—and its new showroom in Atlanta, set to open at the Buckhead Exchange this May.
Like the Ralphs and Tommys before them, the Mashburns have plans to be “the world’s go-to lifestyle brand,” a mini empire selling not just clothes but a way of life—the effortlessly cool personality, the hip playlists, the lessons on how to look put together but not done up—all radiating from their Atlanta headquarters.
Three locally-made items every Atlanta man needs, featuring accessories from Whipping Post, Res Ipsa, and W. Kleinberg.
Alton Lane, Atlanta’s newest high-end men’s store, is an interesting mix of seeming opposites: traditional Savile Row-style tailoring paired with high-tech suit fittings; appointment-based service with moderate prices; an uncluttered, custom-order-only showroom that suggests seriousness with a private room in the back for playing poker or watching football.
Garrett Hilgendorf's second collection is out now, with slim but sturdy trousers, leather and canvas accessories, and six shirting silhouettes—including Western, popover, and round collar—all made from Japanese-woven fabrics.
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