11 of Philly’s Best Art Galleries

Philadelphia has gone through a massive maturation process over the past decade or so. Having grown up just miles outside the City of Brotherly Love, I can tell you firsthand that it wasn't always a place my friends and I...

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Now Open | Suitsupply Philadelphia

Now Open | Suitsupply Philadelphia

Suitsupply has just opened another US store, this time setting up shop in The City of Brotherly Love. Located in Rittenhouse Square, the setup takes over an 84-year-old former hotel in the heart of Philly, bringing out everything we’ve come to expect from the European clothier. Philadelphia is known to have an eclectic sense of style which will play well for a brand that looks to deliver timeless pieces with modern twists and unparalleled quality and detail.

Timing is perfect as Suitsupply’s also just dropped a lot of their Spring/Summer 2013 collection. The focus this season is on rich hues and bold textures with Indigo-colored wool, linen and silk fortifying the lineup. Other standouts include denim shirts and double-breasted suits with a color palette that stretches out to burnt orange, faded red, and ochre-accented colors.

Suitsupply Philadelphia is open for business and we’re looking forward to making a visit. For our Delaware Valley readers, head on over to 1601 Locust and let us know your thoughts.

Introducing: Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction [Philadelphia]

Introducing: Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction [Philadelphia]

Holy mother of cheesesteaks, Philadelphia’s got a shop we’d usually only find in our favorite Manhattan neighborhoods. A Continuous Lean turns us to Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, the brainchild of Steve Grasse, the entrepreneur behind Gyro Mart and Root liquor. “Whether you’re searching for the newest Billykirk piece, new scents from CB I Hate Perfume or tobacco for your prized briar pipe, this shop has you covered. Nestled in Old City, this perfectly curated store brings a refreshing mix previously one might have needed to take the trip up to SoHo for. Art in the Age also has monthly art shows curated by another Philly staple, Space 1026.” Judging from the description, this may well be the best thing to hit Philly since Geno’s… or Pat’s? If you happen to be around 3rd and Arch, be sure to stop by and see what’s on display or on the shelves.

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