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West 3rd Street's menswear-happy pop-up space has landed yet another NY-bred newcomer. Now through January 4th, 2015, just-launched men's brand True to Cast and a handful of friends are taking over Liberty Fairs's revolving pop-up shop.
Crafted from fabrics sourced from the U.S., Japan, and Italy, the modern menswear brand's debut collection includes American-made selvedge denim ($175), stellar shirting ($175), tailored joggers and bottoms ($165 and up), and basics ($60), plus luxe leather jackets, and cashmere and wool sweaters made in Italy ($225 to $1295). Previous tenants like shoe brand The Greats and stylish tech accessories label This Is Ground will also be on the shelf alongside grooming products by Grown Alchemist, accessories by American Trench, eyewear from Dom Vetro, accessories from BLK Pine, and more top-notch gents labels.
True to Cast at Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open Tuesday through Sunday from 12pm to 7pm.
· Liberty Concept Space [Official Site]
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