“A common thread on the Richmond runway between the men’s collections was the interpretation of tradition. Tradition and familiarity are the foundations on which menswear was built…”
Read more of my take on the men’s fashion at the final show at this year’s Richmond Fashion Week in my guest blog for Ledbury.
Taxidermy at the new Ledbury space.
With features in GQ Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and countless other international media outlets, tailored shirt company Ledbury is one of Richmond’s best kept secrets. Nothing is like the fit of an artfully tailored shirt and Ledbury’s nod to tradition, like their use of the finest European fabrics, but with a hint of modernity, such as featuring a lower second button stance (which makes a huge difference), separates them from the masses. Last week, Ledbury hosted friends, family, and customers to their new workspace and store front and provided an evening of good times, and ever flowing whiskey.
“Quality is incredibly important and we try to incorporate it into everything we do” Paul Trible, Ledbury co-founder. The new Ledbury space is located at 117 South 14th Street in the heart of Shockoe Bottom.
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