Monday, 26 October 2009
It's always nice to enjoy something a little sweet, a small indulgence.
My Sugarland, a North London boutique - made infamous due to it's ecclectic collection of established designers displayed alongside up and coming designers, whilst being contradicted with a vintage collection that is on the way to being one of the best providers of one of masterpieces - has taken a brazen step into the realm of menswear.
This is no tentative first footstep, they are now the stockists for designers such J W Anderson - the British genius who is pioneering a neo-dandy look whilst referencing the theatrics of the British theatre, and Armand Basi the saviour of simplistic sartorial shapes.
Whilst rummaging through the collections of these innovators of design, you can also stumble across a one off statement piece, sourced especially with your custom in mind by the fashionably ept staff of My Sugarland: all of whom have impressive CV's within the fashion industry i hasten to add, a helpful addition for those days when you can't tell whether you are a channeling bespoke elegance, or old, drunk British eccentric.
This little treat of a boutique can be discovered on St Johns Street [402-404] comfortably close to Islington. This menswear venture was begun on popular demand from the male escorts of My Sugarlands existing female fanbase, go and have a look to see what all the fuss was about.
Look no further than here for an inpromptu treat.
Posted by Lucy Swan at 11:22 am