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General Quarters

General Quarters is an all-inclusive store offering carefully selected pieces that cater to the urban outdoorsman’s lifestyle. Brands include Shades of Grey, Gant Rugger and Filson. Once you are fully stocked, head to the back and get a haircut in their full-service barbershop.


For the perfect chino or plaid button-down, come to Unis. Designer Eunice Lee has a talent for crafting basic wardrobe essentials for everyday wear, focusing on fabric and fit.


Union offers a selection of premium goods, carrying brands that are hard to find in other LA stores. Their concept is simple; walk the line of fashion and function and offer clothing with subtle fashion sensibilities.


In Wittmore, Paul Witt has created a modern and approachable culture-current store for men. Offering clean, smartly-edited clothing and accessories from brands with a global perspective, the store aims to cater to the professional man who doesn’t wear a suit to work everyday, and who appreciates quality design with a unique twist.

Mohawk Man

From the masterminds who brought you Mohawk General Store comes Mohawk Man, an exclusive men’s boutique and art gallery two doors down from their original Silver Lake store. This new shop carries a globally-sourced selection of men’s apparel and accessories, showcasing brands such as Our Legacy, Engineered Garments, Aspei, and Gitman Brothers Vintage.

Maxfield LA

This iconic LA shop, with its concrete exterior, ultra-luxe clothing and rare vintage pieces, is a work of art in itself and cannot be missed.

Craig Evans Watch

Specializing in magnificent period pieces, estate jewelry and watches, this Thanks to its vast and diverse collection of beautifully-restored watches, is a special place for antique collectors and people who enjoy and watch afficianados alike.

Wanna Buy a Watch

WBAW? has rightfully earned its reputation as one of the most popular vintage watch stores in America.

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