The #mensweartour is really starting to hit its stride now. Last night we had the pleasure of happy hour-ing at 2 Birds 1 Stone in the 14th st neighborhood of NW Washington DC. 2B1S is a the latest location from local mixologist Adam Bernbach. If you have ever visited Proof in Chinatown or Estadio in Logan Circle, you may […]
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Thanks to everyone who joined us Friday night for the second stop of our #mensweartour at Molly Malone’s. We were able to kick a bit of the cold weather this weekend in The District and having the pleasure of kicking off such a great weekend with so many of you was truly our pleasure. The […]
Last night we kicked off our #mensweartour at Boundary Stone. Luckily they were kind of enough to provide us with the some needed heat (and drinks) indoors as it looks like this winter is trying to hang on for just a few more days here in DC. We had a great time seeing some familiar […]
The guys of Hugh & Crye have long had a simple resolution: to get out of the office more. Being an e-commerce company means we’re often behind our computers, at our desks. Especially in this incredibly long and unwelcome winter we’re having right now. Well, we’ve had about enough. (Of not getting out of the […]
Carl, wearing “Hampden“, washed button-down in the teal colorway. At 1776, a hub for all things entrepreneurial in Washington, DC.
In case you missed it, our founder, Pranav, recently gave a Creative Mornings talk here at the Washington, DC chapter back in December. Google DC hosted the event, and it was a packed house. Click through the image below to watch the video, and below it are pictures from the event. Enjoy! – Team H&C […]
This past weekend, we joined a bunch of predominately DC and VA based retailers at Thread at Union Market – a 3 day pop-up here in Washington, DC.
Phil shooting our fully-lined blazers, launching next week. Photo by James Majewski.
Our recent FW13 line of washed button-downs and cutaways was shot all over Washington, DC – many right here in Georgetown, where our shop and offices are. We were walking around, and caught this beautiful stretch of fall grass – which happened to be a soccer field for the Georgetown Visitation School – a private […]