Carson Street rebrands, moves to new space in NYC
The founders of Carson Street may have a new menswear line set to debut at NYFW: Men’s this season, but they have not pushed their first fashion project to the wayside. The menswear retailer announced via social media that it has dropped ‘Clothiers’ from its name and moved to a new retail location in New York City.
The new Carson Street store opened its doors this month in order to continue business and show off the new location. The store is located on 20 Greene Street in SoHo and features a new geometric logo with a new brand name and a sleek interior with herringbone wooden floors and a skylight glass ceiling. The Greene Street location boasts more square footage fit to hold a large assortment of brands like Greg Lauren, Jil Sander, Umit Benan, Visvim and J.W. Anderson.
Carson Street was founded as Carson Street Clothiers in spring 2013, and quickly became a haven for menswear enthusiasts that love sophisticated and progressive contemporary brands. Founders, Brian Trunzo, Patrick Doss and Matt Breen opened the first Carson Street store at 63 Crosby Street in SoHo.
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