Moving means a fresh start, giving you the chance to improve your position, or just assume a new name and hope nobody recognizes you from those police sketches, which really didn't do justice to your cheekbones anyway. Starting anew with more space, new brands, and...drum roll...a bar, Drew Lewis
Drew's overhauled itself in just about every way with its massive Peachtree location, delivering a deep roster of new brands and a more male-friendly atmosphere via huge metal doors, colonial brass-framed portraits graffiti'd with "Drew Lewis" or "I [heart] NY", vintage brown leather seating, a wood-framed fireplace, and best of all, a granite-topped bar/counter serving complimentary alcoholic bevs, Sundays too, and you don't even have to listen to a silly sermon or eat a cracker to get them. Racks're filled with new fall duds from staple brands like Rag & Bone (thermal hoodies, sweaters, slim denim) and William Rast (leather bombers; frayed pocket khakis), plus dress shirts, ties, and corduroys from A.P.C., and jackets from Rogues Gallery, including the cotton-lined "Mountain Down" -- something your girl tells you whenever you ask if the time is right to mount up. Slick new offerings include letterman sweater vests from Gant; a wide selection of LA-based Caulfield Preparatory, including cotton button-ups and checker-print wool suit vests; wallets, cufflinks, and tailoring-included suiting from Jack Spade (of whom Drew's the lone Southeast distributor); and an exclusive buy of dress shirts, sweaters, casual pants, and suits from Theory, who just wants to prove itself to you
Of-age shoppers can revel in Drew's aforementioned bar, stocked with Champagne, beer, and top-shelf tipples like Grey Goose, Hendrick's, and a yet as-unnamed Scotch; they admit they seek out bottles with an "aesthetically pleasing look" -- the very thing that damn sketch artist couldn't pull off, or you'd be happily incarcerated by now.