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To help you take the guesswork out of shopping this season, we have put together our 6 favorite ready-for-work shirt and tie combinations. 1. The windowpane print came back in full force last fall in rich sportcoat fabrics. Now it’s … Continue reading
NHL legend Jeremy Roenick visits Hickey Freeman to learn more about the upcoming line, swatch selections and suit bodies.A Tailored Experience with Jeremy Roenick
At Hickey Freeman, we are as passionate about the care of our suits as we are about the styling and construction of them. High quality fabrics and trimmings are pre-shrunk at the mill, but that’s not enough for us. We … Continue reading
Full canvas construction is a hallmark of quality in tailored clothing. The canvas is a floating foundation upon which the fabric is constructed. Our Mahogany Collection suits and sportcoats are made with a full floating canvas, meaning at several critical … Continue reading
Jay Williams visited the Hickey Freeman showroom last week for a special tailored experience. Our president Mike Cohen and head designer John Morales presented the history of the brand and walked him through our collection. We measured Mr. Williams and … Continue reading
Sales Director for the Southest Region, James Blaikie, sat down with us when he was visiting our NYC headquarters last week. Read up on our other regional account executives, too.
Regional Account Executive Tim Sandifer is visiting us in the NYC headquarters right now from his homebase in Texas. Be sure to read about Mr. Lang from Chicago and Mr. Quintanilla from Maryland as well!
Jeff Lang is one of our regional account executives, based in Chicago, Illinois but handling accounts all over the country. We caught up with him during his visit to our headquarters in NYC. Be sure to check out yesterday’s post … Continue reading
A few of our account executives who work in other parts of the country are visiting our headquarters in NYC this week. While they’re here, we wanted to showcase their great style and cool personalities for our blog readers. First … Continue reading