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The History of Menswear Told Through NYPL’s Digital Collection: Part 2

Earlier this year the New York Public Library shared 180,000 prints, maps, manuscripts, and much more in a digital public domain collection for the very first time. In it, we unearthed menswear ads from over one hundred years ago. In this series, we explore them. Discover part two below, and find part one here in case you missed it. Arrow collars […]

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The History of Menswear Told Through NYPL’s Digital Collection

Earlier this year the New York Public Library shared 180,000 prints, maps, manuscripts, and much more in a digital public domain collection for the very first time. In it, we unearthed menswear ads from over one hundred years ago. In this series, we explore them. Arrow collars & shirts. Saturday evening post, April 12, 1913.     This […]

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The Professionals Collection

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new Professionals Collection—a series of timeless dress shirts with understated patterns and semi-spread collars. In other words, shirts you wear to work. Featuring subtle stripes and checks in a blue and white palette, the Professionals are refined yet friendly. You’re not Gordon Gekko. You’re a good dude who works hard and succeeds without having to compromise […]

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Guide to Dress Shirt Collar Styles

We recently launched six new styles as a part of our revamped Classics Collection—a selection of timeless, fitted dress shirts in solid white, pink, or blue. Cut from beautiful two-ply 120-count poplin, the new Classics feature crisp collars and refined finishes like brass collar stays and mother-of-pearl buttons. In order to highlight the difference between each our of new Classics, […]

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On the Road: Charlottesville

In the spirit of our new OCBD collection, James, our customer experience guy, spent a leisurely weekend in Charlottesville, VA. The one shirt he needed to transition from wine tasting at Barboursville Vineyards to cheering on UVA at a local bar? The Silo oxford cloth button-down in oxblood. After a tasting at the 18th century Barboursville estate (favorite wines […]

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H&C Oxford Cloth Button-Downs

We’re excited to announce the launch of the new Hugh & Crye OCBD collection, featuring the Silo oxford cloth button-down shirt in ten distinct colorways. Designed with a complete and utter commitment to leisure, the OCBD is the one shirt you need for a weekend trip or unplanned afternoon when both structure and ease are essential. The Silo is […]

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Friday Style, Issue #9

We’ve been busy launching new shirts, but took time to stop by Logan Circle for a special Friday Style, Print Popover edition. The new cambric cotton popovers are incredibly versatile, and can be styled in a variety of ways—under a blazer, over a Henley, fully buttoned up—as showcased by the H&C team. Sofie, Hugh & Crye’s resident French bulldog, also made […]

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Hugh & Crye at New York Fashion Week

While we didn’t make it to New York Fashion Week this year, we were there in spirit thanks to H&C guy Danny Fung. The LA-based photographer and actor joined blogger Elizabeth Keene—whom he photographs regularly and is pictured below—at Lincoln Center, and upstaged street-style stars in his Hugh & Crye look. We took a moment to catch up with Danny about his […]

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New Print Popovers

Comfort + Cool: The Print Popover

Introducing the Print Popover, a fitted casual shirt for the adventurous in life and style. It has short sleeves, a banded collar, quarter placket, and coconut shell buttons. It’s breezy for the end of summer, yet ideal for layering under a shirt or blazer in the cooler months. Available in eight hand-blocked or screen-printed patterns, and in our 12 signature […]

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Friday Style, Issue #8

We’re all for taking bold risks when it comes to color and print, and this Friday Style proves that. From camo to electric blue, we kept things interesting. The monochromatic backdrop is the mural on the side of the Capital Checkers Club at 9th and S, a DC institution since 1982. While the building itself is inconspicuous, the artwork on its side is […]