Save Khaki

    Designer David Mullen, who used to consult for casual wear brands such as the GAP and J. Crew, opened Save Khaki in 2006 with an aim to "bring new life to menswear basics." Their small Greenwich Avenue shop in the West Village displays a collection of basic menswear that includes chinos, V-necks, bags, and cotton or wool blend undershirts. Their airy NoHo location on Lafayette Street, Safe Haven/Save Khaki, carries everything from clothing to housewares displayed on hooks and shelves with chalkboard labels. Browse hot items like the Anchor Doormat, sisal soaps, linen blankets, signature cotton sweaters and jackets, and soft cotton/linen blend shirts that drape the body beautifully. The company also offers furnishings in the spirit of the Save Khaki style, like the canvas covered couch and reclaimed wood benches made to order. Mullen's line is mostly made in the U.S.A.  – in an L.A. factory and midtown Manhattan.Show lessRead more

    44 Greenwich Avenue , New York (btw Perry & Charles St)

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