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Unionmade's New Digs

Unionmade just got a little bigger. The The San Francisco outpost recently expanded into the corner storefront next door. The expanded shop, connected to the old space via a doorway, means more brands, more clothes and some new items coming down the pipeline. Valet. hit up proprietor Todd Barket to find out what we can expect from the new space:

We understand you've picked up some new brands this season to coincide with the expansion ...

Yes. We have definitely added some new brands. We've now got Barbour and a more expanded offering of TS(s) and Nigel Cabourn. We have also created a larger print area for books and magazines as well as a small home section with new and old finds, an Aesop apothecary and an Alden shoe shop.

 
Other benefits of more space?

More space means bigger, cleaner presentations of key ideas each season and it means more brands being added more frequently.

What else is on the horizon for Unionmade?

The new space is allowing us to add more hard goods, stuff for your home, larger accessory presentations and an expanded selection of core Alden styles as well as our popular, custom-designed Aldens.

 

Published on

September 23, 2011
 

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About Unionmade

 
Focusing on classic menswear items with a modern fit and heavy duty fabrication, Unionmade opened in 2009 from a handsome turn-of-the-century storefront with a goal to sell a variety of clothes that will grow with you. Owner Todd Barket excels at assembling a stable of brands that have great synergy together. They also have a variety of drool-worthy collaborations with such timeless American companies as Alden and Golden Bear, with whom they've made a well-rounded collection of hardy outerwear.

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