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The Armoury NYC will be closing at 6PM on Monday, January 26th and all day on Tuesday, January 27th due to inclement weather. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope you stay safe.

'Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.' - Henry Ward Beecher

Upcoming Events

NYC: LIVERANO & LIVERANO ~ JAN 29 - 31

HKG: NACKYMADE ~ FEB 6 - 8

NYC: NACKYMADE ~ FEB 12 - 14

NYC: AMBROSI ~ FEB 20 - 21

NYC: SAINT CRISPIN'S ~ MARCH 13 - 14

NYC: RING JACKET ~ MARCH 20 - 21

HKG: SAINT CRISPIN'S ~ MARCH 23 - 24

Latest from the blog

jhilla:

Small details from Liverano and Liverano bespoke garments.

Custom fabric and buttons.

The fabric in particular is one of the cooler things I’ve seen in my short career in this industry. The best I can explain is that it’s the heaviest, densest wool hopsack that you can imagine. A lot of people talk about vintage fabric but what about fabric made especially for you? Pretty cool.

Liverano trunk show in NYC this Thursday - Saturday, appointments can be made with nyc@thearmoury.com or 646 613 7613

xrxxxx:

Ambrosi trunk show . 26th - 28th Jan 2015

Taking place at the Pedder building.

Ambrosi Trunk Show at The Armoury HK - Jan 26 - 28th, contact info@thearmoury.com for appointments

jhilla:

The Liverano jacket in every stage of the process.

At top, an incredible navy hopsack (more on this later) in the first fitting stage.  At this point, everything is basted, there is no lining, pockets haven’t been cut, and only one sleeve is loosely attached.  It’s really somewhat of a “test garment” as most areas of the jacket have allowance that make it possible for significant alterations.

In the middle is a really unique orange-red donegal at the second fitting stage.  I was surprised how much I enjoyed this jacket (especially with RD’s choice of fawn flannel trouser).  At this point in the process, the garment starts to take shape.  Shoulders are more dialed in, details like pockets are added, a lining is tacked in, and the lapels start to form.  Although you begin to see the finished jacket, there is still so much more than has to happen in terms of finishing and ironing before it’s completed.

Lastly, a green herringbone in it’s finished state.  Pictures don’t really do it justice as it’s the fit that should stand out.  But a quick scan shows the unique setting of the sleeve, the lapels that have yet to break, and the incredibly clean finishing of the lapel and buttonholes.

I’m excited for our clients to start taking delivery of the first Liverano garments.

Trunk show in NYC starting this Thursday! Stay warm NYC!

jhilla:

Solid stick umbrellas are, as you’d imagine, incredibly simple.  They’re really only compromised of four main elements - the stick, the steel ribs, the canopy, and the metal bits like the slide, springs, and rosettes.

So why can’t you find a solid stick umbrella at your local grocery store? Although the value does lie in sourcing high quality components, the technique of shaping is really what’s difficult.

Very simply, it’s not unlike learning how to make an umbrella 50 times over.  Every raw material reacts differently.  Oak can’t be treated the same way as chestnut when heated and bamboo must be finished much differently than hazel.  

Learning and mastering the technique for each raw material takes a long time and that’s really what sets them apart.

That and the fact that they are really beautiful and strong.

Above the skeleton of a Fox.

Fox Umbrella, January 24th.

Fox Umbrellas trunk show at The Armoury NYC - this Saturday!

Fox Umbrella, January 24th.

jhilla:

Fox Umbrella and Frank Clegg.

Huw from Fox Umbrellas is in town tomorrow to take orders for custom umbrellas.  Above are two of my custom orders.

The first is an oak solid stick umbrella, cut 1 inch shorter for me, with a colquhoun tartan canopy.  It’s one of my favorite things that I own.

The second a duffle in chestnut leather with an additional pocket added to the outside, straps slightly angled, and my initials placed discretely on the inside.

Fox Umbrellas Trunk show at The Armoury NYC this Saturday!

jhilla:

A few of the many stock options from Fox Umbrellas.

Cherrywood crook | Ash crook | Whangee crook | Oak crook

Also, Huw Griffith-Jones will be in town this Saturday to take custom orders.

lnsee:

Plum tweed and Cashmere Rollneck

gothamred:

Made-to-measure sartorial appreciation for my grandparents’ sofa via Orazio Luciano — at The Armoury in New York.

Orazio Luciano | Liverano & Liverano | Salvatore Ambrosi | Drake’s of London | Bowhill & Elliott

Our Artisans

Ready-to-Wear

The Armoury is proud to work with some of the most esteemed makers of classic menswear and men’s accessories. We source from all over the world with the intention of filling our stores with products that are made with integrity and quality. The Armoury strives to develop lasting relationships with both our clients and producers, as a result we are able to develop exclusive offerings and deliver service that is passionate and informed.

Custom

The Armoury associates itself with artisanal makers and producers. As a result, we offer regular trunk shows allowing clients to dialogue directly with the individuals and ateliers crafting the products they know and trust. These trunk shows provide a platform for our clients to commission personalised orders and provide an opportunity for the makers to interact with those using and enjoying their products. The Armoury team also offer made-to-order and made-to-measure services year round from a host of makers and we strive for the experience to be both comprehensive and conscientious.

Events

Contact

Hong Kong Store
The Armoury 1
  • +852 2804 6991
  • 307 Pedder Building (3rd Floor) 12 Pedder Street Central, Hong Kong
  • Monday to Saturday: 11am - 8pm Sunday: Closed Public Holidays Please check website front page
The Armoury 2
  • +852 2810 4990
  • B47 Landmark Central 15 Queen's Road Central Central, Hong Kong
  • Monday to Saturday: 11am - 8pm Sunday: 12pm - 6pm Public Holidays Please check website front page
Directions
Our first store is located on the 3rd floor of The Pedder Building at 12 Pedder Street in Central, Hong Kong. It's the classic stone building surrounded by towers of glass and concrete. From the MTR ,The Armoury 1 is just outside the D-1 exit of the Central MTR station. Come out and turn right.  Our second store is located in the basement of the Landmark Central complex, opposite Gentleman's tonic and down the hall from Gucci and Fuel. From the MTR The Armoury 2 is through the G exit into the Landmark Central basement on the opposite corner of the building.
New York Store
The Armoury 3
  • +1 646 613 7613
  • 168 Duane Street New York, NY 10013
  • Monday - Friday: 11am - 8pm Saturday: 11am - 7pm
Directions

Our NYC store is located in Tribeca at 168 Duane St between Hudson and Greenwich Street. The closest subway station is Chambers St on lines 1, 2, 3 and A, C. 

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