Tuesday June 2, 2020

The trouble with men

The owner of clothing store Indigo and Cloth believes men need to be more assertive about fashion

5th December, 2009

If Garrett Pitcher has anything to do with it, menswear ’s place as the second-class citizen of the fashion world is about to change. ‘‘Women do not own fashion,” says Pitcher, whose Dublin clothing store Indigo and Cloth has developed a reputation for offering high-quality labels with an edge since its opening in 2007; labels such as Nom de Guerre, Folk, Our Legacy and Edwin denims.

Education, education, education is Pitcher’s message....

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