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Where Houston Gents Should Be Shopping Now – Localeur

“Art Guy Around Town” Jarrod Klawinsky reports into “Localeur” about the best places for guys to shop in Houston right now. His top pick? Hamilton Shirts, of course! “1883 was a red-letter year in the history of American business. It was the year the Brooklyn Bridge opened, Thomas Edison unveiled his light bulb, and the […]

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Anvil Cocktail Class: American Whiskey

Anvil whiskey cocktails (image: cocktailia) Many of us are looking forward to kicking back this weekend. But if you’re planning on going out for a drink Saturday (tomorrow!) night, you might consider dropping by The Pasty War a bit early. Between 4-6P, Bobby Heugel, Alba Huerta, and the rest of the team behind Anvil Bar […]

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Now Open: Hugo Ortega’s “CARACOL”

Ensalada de Pulpo at Caracol Twenty-fourteen promises to be another great year for Houston foodies, with several great restaurants set to open around town in the coming months. That said, many are already hooked on Caracol – a new restaurant by Hugo Ortega that just opened before the New Year. Brothers Hugo & Ruben Ortega […]

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Winter Garden at Devin Borden Gallery

 Margaret Smithers-Crump “Poised” 2013. Acrylic. Dimensions variable. December is easily the busiest month of the year as everyone prepares for the holidays, but it is also one of the most rewarding. Forget shopping – there is so much going on here in Houston that it’s hard to keep track of what to do during whatever […]

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The New Rules of Winter Style – Esquire 12/13

Esquire December questions traditional menswear rules that need to be broken every once in a while. For an updated & modern look the magazine suggests wearing a shirt buttoned all the way to the top worn without a necktie along with a suit or sports jacket. We endorse!  

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The Art of Shirting: Joseph Havel

As many of you know, we’ve been in this business since 1883 and have seen pretty much everything that has to do with custom shirts. But every now and then, we’ll come across something special. Most recently, we’ve been inspired by the work of Houston’s very own Joseph Havel – a multidisciplinary visual artist whose […]

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