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Similar to Mohawk General Store, another cult-favorite indie boutique is producing a spinoff for stylish gents. Next month, beloved art-design-decor shop Hemingway and Pickett will open Hemingway and Sons, offering a sleek selection of classic and casual menswear and accessories from across the globe.
"Hemingway and Sons was a name used by my grandfather's business in Melbourne, Australia, before it was Hemingway and Pickett," explains owner Toby Burke Hemingway. "I am proud to continue the traditions that the family name holds for me and to continue our hunt for all the great products that our incredible customers have come to expect from us."
Brands to expect at the new store include Naked + Famous, Taylor Stitch (their first and only Southern California retailer), Welcome Stranger (another first for SoCal), Stetson, Chippewa, Clarks, Vanishing Elephant, Sandqvist, Jungmaven, and more.
As for store hours, Hemingway tells us that there will be "a VIP preview party on the evening of July 1st, before commencing limited hours on July 2nd."