On October 2-4, 2014, Christopher James Menswear in Fort Wayne, Indiana will be hosting a fabulous three-day event and trunk show, “Sweet Clothes, Sweet Cars and Fine Cigars,” showcasing your favorite (and ours too) brands including Allen Edmonds, Robert Talbott, Scabal and custom clothing by Coppley.
First, here is some info about the event:
While it is a three day event, you’ll only be able to snack on food and drinks from Casa’s and listen to the smooth sounds of Alicia Pyle while you check out some of Fort Wayne’s sweetest cars, courtesy of SweetCars on Thursday, October 2 from 4-8 p.m.
Also, our neighbors at Riegel’s Pipe and Tobacco and Cunningham Optical will be participating along with us. Chat with Burberry Eyewear representative Chris McCann and get a straight razor shave from barber Tim Harrigan.
Even better, the event is for a great cause: 5% of our sales during this event will be donated to Camp Whatcha-Wanna-Do, a summer camp for children surviving cancer.
Now, here is info about Allen Edmonds:
Allen Edmonds makes the best men’s dress shoes and accessories in the biz. Presidents, popes, and celebrities all wear A.E. In fact, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush all share something in common: On Inauguration Day, each wore a pair of Allen Edmonds shoes.
It is obvious why Allen Edmonds is the best of the best. T
heir shoes last for years, and owners typically repair rather than replace. President George H.W. Bush wrote a letter to the company thanking them for a pair of shoes they gave him, but signed it saying, “The problem is all my other pairs of A.E.’s still are in great shape; but these will be a great addition.”
Each Allen Edmonds shoe is crafted via a 212-step process that is a mix of machine and hand, and done right here in the United States, in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
So, come check out CJM’s trunk show on October 2-4, 2014, and sample the latest Allen Edmonds shoes.
Also, stay tuned for upcoming blog posts on the three other vendors we will be presenting: Robert Talbott, Scabal, and Coppley.