Style Is... A quarterly feature that highlights 4 Chicagoans through pictures and words- capturing their take on Chicago style, personal style, inspiration and more. Next up, Brad Bennett
That's right! Sir & Madame and Red Wing Connect. Join us as we showcase a Sir & Madame exclusive, the Red Wing Lineman Boot in Black Harness and select Red Wing styles for the Madame. The event takes place this Thursday, November 29, 2012 at Sir & Madame, 938 North Damen Avenue from 6-9PM.
In our journey to build the Sir & Madame brand and become a household name as a arbiter of style and purveyors of lifelong products, we often look to the giants for inspirations. These giants have grown and lasted over time not by roaring loudly or trampling everything under their feet; but by using their skills and passion for craft to build long-lasting products that have become staple in their respective industries. When it comes to work boots, shoes and American heritage, undoubtedly one of these giants is Red Wing Shoes.
It is with great pleasure that we were able to work hand in hand with Red Wing Shoes, to bring back a classic from the brand's archives back to the United States. The Red Wing Lineman Boot was originally created for linemen; the workers responsible for stringing and repairing electric telephone lines. Over the years, Japanese Red Wing lovers and their avid respect for American made product, have kept the Lineman Boot alive; but rarely are these seen outside of Japan.
That's right! Sir & Madame and Red Wing Connect. Join us as we showcase a Sir & Madame exclusive, the Red Wing Lineman Boot in Black Harness and select Red Wing styles for the Madame.
This season we're pretty excited about our new collection of tailored shirting. Well, each season brings about a new excitement, so we will just say that these shirts are pretty awesome. The Sir & Madame Polka Dot Collection is assembled right here in Chicago from Japan imported textiles. The Black, Navy, and Chambray shirts are perfect stand alone pieces, but they also work incredibly as fall/winter layering options. Just add a Highland 2000 beanie, a pair of Levi's 501xx jeans and a set of your favorite Miansai bracelets, and you're all set until the clocks spring forward next year. Shop the look here in our Online Showroom.
Hmmmm, I wonder what Brian is planning to do with the surplus fabric. Stay tuned...