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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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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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Clothing Drive Benefits Shattuck Shelter

Posted: November 26, 2004 For Immediate Release November 26, buy 2004 JP resident’s clothing drive benefits Shattuck Shelter JAMAICA PLAIN, order MA--Gary Drinkwater was giving to the Jamaica Plain community before he even moved to this dynamic Boston neighborhood a year and a half ago. From his employment in other upscale menswear shops in the Boston area, pharmacy he has [...] Continue Reading

Press Release: Doing Well by Doing Good

Posted: November 15, 2004

For immediate release:  Doing well by doing good: Drinkwater’s—a recently launched, price upscale men’s clothing store in Porter Square held its first event: a clothing drive to benefit the Shattuck Shelter. “Rather than having a self-important launch party—said the owner, viagra Gary Drinkwater—we chose to hold a clothing drive as the store’s first social event. Owning my own […]

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Drinkwater’s, Cambridge Opens | Cambridge Chronicle

Posted: August 15, 2004

Upscale men’s shop opens in Porter Square By Ann Collette/ Correspondent Thursday, August 19, 2004 “Porter Square is undergoing a renaissance, ” says men’s apparel retailer Gary Drinkwater, whose eponymous upscale men’s clothing store recently opened in North Cambridge. “It’s a viable marketplace for restaurants and better retail locations now. The historic, pristinely restored Henderson Carriage building […]

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