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Carson Street Clothiers founders to launch new men's line, Deveaux

Jan 6, 2016

New York City men’s retailer, Carson Street Clothiers has become one of the premier destinations for men’s fashion, offering brands like Jil Sander, Christophe Lemaire Tim Coppens, Umit Benan and Greg Lauren among others.

After developing such a following in a matter of two years, the retailer’s founders, Brian Trunzo, Patrick Doss and Matt Breen, will launch their first ever men’s collection, Deveaux.

Deveaux, the new menswear line from Brian Trunzo, Patrick Doss and Matt Breen of Carson Street Clothiers.

Deveaux is a luxury menswear line consisting of ready-to-wear, sportswear and tailored pieces made in the US. The trio drew inspiration for the line from the novel and HBO television drama series, The Leftovers, as well as a Pablo Picasso painting named “The Studio La Californie.” The name ‘Deveaux’ comes from the Philadelphia politician that Breen’s grandfather chauffeured in the 1920s.
The trio are no strangers to launching a collection. Carson Street Clothiers also has a private label.

The new brand took to social media to preview a few looks from the inaugural Fall/Winter collection that will be presented on February 1, 2016 at 3:00pm at New York Fashion Week: Men’s. 

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