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The Cut stopped by Holland & Sherry Bespoke's first-ever store, and reports that there is a lot happening inside. Like, a life-size wooden horse, Gitman Bros. clothes, custom hats by Worth & Worth, barware by Sandra Jordan, and more. The shop is tucked behind the Elizabeth Street Gallery, so it's probably the only store in Manhattan—or, maybe in the entire tri-state, for that matter—where you can enjoy a walk through a sculpture garden immediately after shopping for handkerchiefs. [The Cut]