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Improper Bostonian: Bespoke

Posted: February 15, 2011

The Style of Saville Row Styled by Jeff Lahens, Men’s Style Curator at DressCodeBoston, featuring Drinkwater’s.        http://www.improper.com/features/bespoke/

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MR Magazine: Market Overview

Posted: July 23, 2010

A Retailer Shops the New York Market July 23, 2010 by MRketplace Staff Gary Drinkwater of Drinkwater’s in Cambridge, Mass., was profiled in our September, 2009 issue in the Under the Radar feature. His 1,200 sq. ft. store has been slowly replacing much of its tailored clothing stock with sportswear and workwear-inspired contemporary lines like Engineered Garments and Universal Works. We asked […]

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Drinkwater’s: A Tale of Two Markets

Posted: August 20, 2009

Some great ideas from great merchants who are surviving, sick even thriving, cure in a tough economy. DRINKWATER’S Cambridge Mass. It would be tough to find a proprietor more dedicated to “honoring his business” than Gary Drinkwater. Everything in his store has “purpose, viagra order ” fitting together to create a distinctive experience for his clientele. […]

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Boston Magazine | Best of Boston

Posted: September 29, 2008

Boston Magazine ‘Best Men’s Clothing Accessories’ Award Many men’s boutiques seem to have forgotten the importance of details: Like, where’s a guy supposed to get a decent pair of dress socks in this town? (SmartWools don’t count.)  (the proprietor’s own stash tops out at over 200pairs). http://www.bostonmagazine.com/best-of-boston/2008/drinkwaters/

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Shopping Tip of the Day

Posted: August 15, 2008

Let’s get ready to bundle It’s a little warm for a Wellensteyn Brandungsparka, but not for long. Sniff. The rugged yet fashionable jacket was created more than 60 years ago in Germany by Adolf Wuttke, owner of a company that produced mechanical instruments used in the North Sea – where people know a thing or two about sturdy […]

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Custom Shirts: The Boston Globe

Posted: August 10, 2008

 Ironing Out The Details: The Boston Globe THE GLOBE TESTS For most folks, buying a shirt off the rack is just fine. But buying tailor-made has its rewards—and pitfalls. By Binyamin Appelbaum Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2008 The basic pleasure of a tailor-made men’s dress shirt is a more perfect fit. But is it worth the money? […]

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Boston.com “A Kicky Look”

Posted: January 7, 2007

By Tina Sutton  |  January 7, 2007 WHAT’S IN Friends complaining you’ve got no soul? Stop with the boring black or brown socks and step up to styles with personality. After many seasons of wild and crazy shirts and ties, menswear designers are covering new ground, offering up loads of amusing and eye-catching socks. Geometric patterns in […]

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John Malkovich at Drinkwater’s: Boston Globe

Posted: April 27, 2006

The Cambridge-based actor wants everyone to remember his lines By Christopher Muther, Globe Staff  |  April 27, 2006 John Malkovich unfastens the metallic organza bow that binds the handles of a silver bag and begins emptying sketch board after sketch board onto a wobbly cafe table, looking like a rakish English professor in khakis, Keds, and […]

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The Boston Globe: Anthony Corey Ties

Posted: December 2, 2004

Renewed ties. After year’s hiatus, Back Bay designer is rebuilding the business that gave him cache By Keith Reed, Globe Staff  |  December 2, 2004 For a man whose wares have ringed the necks of presidents and royalty, Anthony Corey’s place of business is pretty undistinguished. Sure, his Back Bay home — which doubles as office […]

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