Preventing nakedness in Soho is no easy feat, but it's a task heartily undertaken by Manhattanites Jack Spade, whose first Euro-outlet graces Brewer St with the brand's signature hard-wearing, understated-dapper menswear, bags & accessories, all on shelves plastered in vintage Playboys, which you'll browse for the articles. Of clothing.
The swaddling encompasses regular-fit jeans, herringbone blazers, jumpers including a two-tone grey Doc Naval shawl-collared number, and shirts spanning from solid & plaid, to the Newy red mini-tartan design, to the equally subtle Armstrong "microcheck", presumably made using one small stitch for man.
They've got a range of wallets too, such as a trio of postcard-photo designs featuring US Army base Fort Leonard, a dusty Scottsdale, Arizona, and the dunes of Cape Cod; meanwhile, a slew of waxed bags see messengers & laptop carriers, while weather-proofing itself the old-fashioned way is a split-compartment briefcase made from boarskin, perfect for the multi-tusker.
There's other cool stuff too: an Uma's-motorcycle-outfit-looking rubber iPhone cover reading "Le Phone", a steel money clip that simply says "bacon", and a bottle-opener made from stag horn, a state in which it is also extremely difficult to prevent nakedness.