Grown & Sewn’s Permanent Home

To help launch the brand in the fall of 2009, khaki outfitter Grown & Sewn opened a temporary shop in an art gallery on one of the best looking blocks of TriBeCa. With a few seasons under its belt and a good following with American-made khaki loving gents, the New York based label recently took up a more permanent residence on Franklin Street (again in TriBeCa) catty-corner from Steven Alan’s Annex shop and not far from the Liquor Store.

The new Grown & Sewn shop is a bright and airy space that is soaked in khaki colored cotton goods. The store is a welcome addition to the neighborhood and to us, seems another good component of a great collection of menswear shops in TriBeCa. Often times you’ll find designer and co-founder Rob Magness hanging about (the company uses the back of the shop as a design office), always happy to stop and chat about construction or fit. Now that’s the way things ought to be.

Grown & Sewn | 116 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013 | (917) 686-2964

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Comments on “Grown & Sewn’s Permanent Home

    Robert@AmericanAntler on April 25, 2011 12:30 PM:

    Beautiful–love the interior…simple, creative, tactile—fantastic. Best of luck to the brand.

    Michael K on April 25, 2011 12:40 PM:

    Looks great, I would love to shop there!

    Michael M on April 25, 2011 1:36 PM:

    Best Kax I’ve ever owned.

    Steve F on April 25, 2011 3:23 PM:

    Nice people, good store, good product. Hadn’t been there in quite a while and had no idea they had moved. (I guess that’s one of the reasons I subscribe to this blog)

    Shawn R on April 25, 2011 4:01 PM:

    The grammar/spelling snob (me) learns something new. Always thought it was “caddy-corner.”

    Wayne P on April 26, 2011 8:38 AM:

    Late on this one. Will check them out as part of my “yet to be satisfied” hunt for my perfect
    pair of chinos. If you have a plumpy ass like mine, chinos don’t do you any favors. The problem I’m finding is that the more tapered leg chinos I come across are too short in the rise and the longer in the rise chinos, which I like, are too damn wide in the leg. The sweet spot is right in the middle.

    david himel on April 26, 2011 9:48 AM:

    Interesting looking store…could use a rebranding on the name though…sounds like a hemp store run by patchouli smelling hippies. The product and style is more sophisticated then the brand

    Ye Ole General on April 26, 2011 3:50 PM:

    Beautiful store. And I like the name; it’s simple, straight to the point. David, do you know what a hemp store is, or could be? Hemp is a much more earth friendly product than cotton. It is estimated that over 50,000 products could be made from hemp.

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