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Menswear designer Duncan Quinn is packing up shop and taking business on the road—kind of. Dubbed the Cask Chronicles, Quinn has retrofitted a 1966 British double decker bus to be one part bespoke boutique and one part cocktail lounge. The bus is stationed in New York through Wednesday February 13th, then heads south to Miami and finally, out to Los Angeles.

On the ground floor, customers can shop the brand's line and even be fitted in a custom suit (there's a tailoring shop aboard!). The second floor of the bus transforms into a speakeasy-inspired restaurant and lounge by night; click through the gallery above for a peek into the bus. To book an appointment, email caskchronicles@duncanquinn.com; location will be agreed to upon confirmation of appointment.
· Duncan Quinn [Official Site]
· Duncan on Bowery and Spring Street [Racked NY]