This past Halloween, we dressed up like some of our favorite #menswear bloggers and photographers. That’s right. Jian Deleon, style writer for GQ Justin Bridges, blogger and photographer Bill Cunningham, legendary photographer of the New York Times Taylor Okata, “who sports forward future cholo vibes“, Nick Wooster. He’s a bad MF. Enjoy, — Team Hugh & […]
Archive for the ‘Making Hugh & Crye’ Category
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 […]
Earlier this year, Phil and Pranav went to NY and acquired a Makerbot Replicator 2. With a little tinkering, we’re excited to launch something special – custom, on-demand, printed accessories to our customers. First up, that essentially but often lost item: the collar stay. Hugh & Crye “3D” collar stays are printed on demand, using our […]
When we launched the Lost & Found channel (men’s vintage) this summer, we really didn’t know what the response would be. We soon found that there was one product in particular that was, and is, difficult to keep in stock: the square-end tie. For the record, this is a tie that has a flat bottom, unlike […]
We’re stoked to see our L’Enfant Buggy-Back Blazer is in the September 2013 issue of Esquire – check it out!
Out of the office. Out of the city. Time to explore. (This was our little resolution we set earlier this year). A few weeks ago, Pranav and James spent the day in Philly – wandering tiny old streets and tasting the city’s finest. Take a peek… They stumbled upon the intersection of Irving and Quince […]
A good friend and mentor of mine recently invited me to join him at a gala here in DC, for NFTE (the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship). I had not heard of NFTE, so I jumped to the good ‘ol internets to do a little research. As I soon learned, NFTE is a 25+ year old […]