Posts Tagged ‘hugh & crye’

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A Visit from Captain America

Pranav recently mentioned that we share a hometown with some pretty talented people. And he’s right, we do. Among our talented cohabitants are the Washington Capitals – strong contenders for the Stanley Cup this year.

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Join us at Butler & Claypool's Pop up Shop

JOIN US! This weekend we will introduce our shirts – what we feel is a modern day take on classical vintage wear – at Butler & Claypool’s Pop-up Shop & Curated Bazaar. Butler & Claypool strive to collect and provide all the wearing’s of a well-curated life. And besides, Holly and gang are great people. […]

Customer Profile: Herb H.

Hey everyone! My name is Jeff Mindell, and I’m excited to join Hugh & Crye as a Marketing Intern. One of the things I’ll be working on is sharing customer stories – real customers, not friends and family, and no bribes were offered. Let me know what you think by commenting below!   Our first […]

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The skinny is here!

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the past year, it’s this: there are guys out there that are leaner than “lean”. Be it narrower shoulders, smaller bone structure, or simply zero percent body fat – these guys were swimming in our LEAN size. Seriously. So we went back to the lab, tinkered with a […]

CEB DSD a success!

Over the course of nearly two weeks, Corporate Executive Board (CEB), our first DSD partner, held a clothing drive for the benefit of Martha’s Outfitters. By all measures, it was a great success: Over 350 pieces of men’s clothing donated Mostly shirts, but suits, pants, belts, ties.. even shoes Most popular brands include Brooks Bros, […]

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Decoy Pays It Forward

It’s been exactly two months since our launch event and we were treated by a visit from Decoy, who you might recall as the artist behind a mind-blowing mural that matched a cleverly-written (“Who Gives A Shirt”) shirt-donation box. Decoy came with two apprentices who work for her regularly. The reason for her visit was […]