It was an amazing evening filled with love and laughter as top industry execs were honored at MR magazine’s 12th annual awards dinner at Spring Studios on Monday, July 17.
Minneapolis’ MartinPatrick3 grew from a small interior design and menswear shop into a nationally-recognized specialty store.
The July 2017 issue of MR magazine is in the mail and will land on your desk any day now, with plenty of necessary articles for your enjoyment and education.
Ron Wurtzburger, Jeff Farbstein, Giorgio Canali, MartinPatrick3 and AG will be honored at our 12th annual awards dinner, to be held on Monday, July 17 at Spring Studios in New York City.
With the gradual move to more business being done online and on mobile devices, we spoke to some of today’s most respected retailers catering to young people who have found success through creating a lifestyle culture beyond apparel.
Of all the messages bombarding us these days on a daily basis, most seem to involve change: the need for it, the accelerated pace of it, our aversion to it, and the disastrous consequences of ignoring it.
Minneapolis, Minnesota-based menswear specialty retailer MartinPatrick3 held a Behind the Brands event this past weekend that brought together makers and customers under one roof.
The two-day, in-store event will feature 12 brands that exhibit at Liberty Fairs along with highlights from local vendors.
We asked specialty store buyers from Stag, Martinpatrick3 and Badowers about what they liked in New York and what they’ll look for in Las Vegas.
Minneapolis retailer MartinPatrick3 hosted an event for customers to meet the people behind some of the brands they carry, including Cause & Effect, Pierrepont Hicks, Greenwich Vintage and The Shelby Knot Collection.
Harry Sheff: Twin brothers Danny and Kenny King have launched a neckwear business inspired by a Minneapolis news anchor’s famous tie knot.
Harry Sheff speaks to Sam Fehrenbach, manager of Martinpatrick3 in Minneapolis, about the store’s large and growing apothecary section.
Harry Sheff: By making their fragrance and grooming departments a larger part of their stores, Blackbird, Martinpatrick3 and Halls have become destination shops.
Northern Grade, a menswear pop-up market in Minneapolis, had a successful second annual event in September. Harry Sheff spoke to Katherine McMillan of the neckwear brand Pierrepont Hicks about how she and another Minnesota brand, J.W. Hulme Co., organized it.