Tailor Made

By The Editors
April 23, 2012 9:00 am

The older you get, the more you understand the value of getting exactly what you want — a sentiment Sinatra so eloquently captured with “My Way”, and Johnny Cash so eloquently captured with his middle finger.

Have it like Frank at Holland & Sherry Bespoke, a cozy British den of style where everything can be customized just the way you want it, opening today.

Tucked discretely behind the Elizabeth Street Gallery sculpture garden (go through the metal gate, then take a right), Holland and Sherry Bespoke is the first-ever store from the U.K. firm, which began as a high-end fabric supplier on Savile Row almost two centuries ago.

Everything in the store is for sale and 100% customizable — from the suits, to the gleaming Sandra Jordan barware, to that horse in the corner nonchalantly wearing a gingham tie. Hello, horse.

In the unlikely event they don’t carry your fancy, Holland and Sherry Bespoke can craft your heart’s desire from their unrivaled cache of luxurious fabrics.  There’s also plenty of ready-made and affordable stock, like handsome Libero Ferrero bags and John Smedley sweaters.

Holland and Sherry Bespoke also keeps a cast iron metal safe stocked with gratis whiskey. So your regrets, as the Chairman said, will be too few to mention.

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