Here at Hugh & Crye, we’re big on product experience. That’s why we introduced 3D custom collar stays. Sure, we were eager to get our hands on a MakerBot Replicator 2 no matter what (it’s like magic…seriously), but we also wanted to offer our customers the opportunity to personalize a product. And you guys did not let us down. From Wu-Tang to romance, we’ve printed some […]
We’re excited to announce the arrival of a limited edition collection of square-end ties that are all made in the USA. Learn more about what goes into making one of these beauties and get a behind-the-scenes look at our production studio below. As always, give us a shout on Twitter or Instagram using #hughandcrye, and let us know what you […]
Simply put, we take inspiration from spending time on the water. Whether it’s a view of the ocean from floor to ceiling windows, an adventurous trip with your best friend in a dingy, or simply sun-bathing on the beach with a front row view of the water – we love all of it. The sound, […]
Watch as Hugh & Crye team members Carl and James show you two of their go-to pocket square folds. Don’t see a fold you like? Drop a line in the comments below or tweet us and let us know what you’d like to see! -Team H&C
Another addition to our fully-lined collection of blazers, is a 100% wool navy plaid colorway in the McComb style: two-button enclosure, medium width lapel, double vent back, and working button holes on the cuffs (‘surgeon’ cuffs). Check it out.
Carl, wearing “Hampden“, washed button-down in the teal colorway. At 1776, a hub for all things entrepreneurial in Washington, DC.
Including this beauty, “High Hill” – all fabrics are print cotton, and Made in the USA. $20. Shop now >>
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 […]