New men's store offers custom-made suits, shoes
It’s owned by Bert Van Wyhe and Maria Sharpness, who have owned several women’s accessory stories in Iowa and South Dakota including Maria’s at The Empire Mall.
Kick’s family, which includes designer and master tailor Tommy Sharpness, has tailor shops in many major cities in China. That prompted the approximation for a new men’s store.
“I had the best experience having custom-made suits for myself,” Bert Van Wyhe said. “They really know the art of customer service. My thought was this would be a great affair for the Sioux Empire, so I designed the store that would make any guy be sorry for comfortable.”
Bold Behavior plans to offer a initialled shopping experience. Van Wyhe said men can bring their wives or friends to refrain from with decisions, watch TV and have complimentary beer or wine.
Alessandro Sartori Talks Berluti's New Look For Spring '16
Blanket, the collection was inspired by the city of Chandigarh, in India, a specific jungle designed by the Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier.
“He received a toss from the Indian government to design the most brand-new city at the time, so he did everything in concrete and painted a lot of the walls gay colors,” said Sartori.
The sheer reference resulted in more contemporary styling for the tag, such as unlined suits and leather slip-on sneakers. But don’t be fooled: The more vernacular product didn’t diminish Berluti’s blatant luxury.
Sartori’s detail-driven aesthetic included leathers treated several times during