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The high-end men's accessories label Alexander Olch has done something it's never done before—opened its own shop. Previously only available at top retailers like Barneys New York and Bergdorf Goodman, the eleven-year-old brand has set up shop on Orchard Street, complete with the design team and production in house as well.
Expect to find impeccably organized fabrics ready to be made into neckties or pocket squares at your behest, carefully stored and cataloged in white wooden drawers (hence the "library" feel). The store will also carry the full line of merchandise from past seasons, as well as the current one. Be sure to check out the brand's new line of shirting as well.
·Alexander Olch [Official Site]