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After testing the waters with a pop-up shop back in September, Marlow Goods—the ethical leather line that came about as an extension of nearby Marlow & Sons restaurant—is making Williamsburg's Wythe Hotel its forever home. And, to really cement this relationship, the label has launched a full-on menswear collection, which includes things like Japanese cotton button-downs, Icelandic wool vests, and alpaca gloves. With Kinfolk and Cadet blocks away, it's easier than ever for North Williamsburg dudes to spend an entire afternoon shopping for fancy man-bags.
· Marlow Goods Brings Its Ethical Leather to the Wythe Hotel [Racked NY]
· A.P.C. Is Living at Wythe Hotel for the Summer [Racked NY]