The Kings of Charlotte's Men's Fashion World Talk Style

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DEBORAH TRIPLETT

Kings of the Queen City’s men’s fashion world fill in the blanks about the stores they run and the styles that make them unique.

 

Brandon Viebrock, Revolution (210 E. Trade St., Ste. E-280; 704-971-1990)

 

  • My Stone Rose woven shirts are always in the wash.

  • I wouldn’t be caught dead in polka dot suspenders.

  • Our biggest sellers (for men) this summer are madras woven shirts.

  • You won’t find Speedo swim trunks on our shelves.

  • Our GANT Rugger navy blazer is number one on my fashion wish list.

 

Nathan Hewitt, Billy Reid- TRC Billy Reid (6907 Phillips Place Ct.; 704-366-9092)

  • My washed denim work shirt and Chinos are always in the wash.

  • I wouldn’t be caught dead in any non-natural fiber, like polyester or rayon.

  • Our biggest sellers this summer are slim-fit sport shirts and K-Swiss sneakers by Billy Reid.

  • You won’t find anything too basic or boring on our shelves.

  • A medium gray slim-fitting, double-breasted tuxedo from Brunello Cucinelli is number one on my fashion wish list.

 

 

 

 

 

Patrick Hill, The Benjamin Bear (1820 South Blvd.; 704-780-4707)

  • My five-pocket Chinos are always in the wash.

  • I wouldn’t be caught dead in True Religion Jeans.

  • Our biggest sellers this summer are our BBI tanks.

  • You won’t find any common brands or anything fom the mall on our shelves.

  • Black Teflon denim is number one on my fashion wish list.

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Julian, Bruce Julian’s Clothiers (8128 Providence Rd.; 704-364-8686)

  • My Stone Rose light-blue tapered shirt with the tan pick stitch around the collar and cuffs is always in the wash.

  • I wouldn’t be caught dead in cropped pants.

  • Our biggest sellers this summer are trim cut suits from my friend Joe Ettetgui.

  • You won’t find boring polo shirts on our shelves.

  • A cool vest is number one on my fashion wish list.

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