How Two Lawyers Built One of America’s Coolest New Clothing Brands

Brick-and-mortar retail, we’re told, is an endangered species. But Res Ipsa, an eclectic clothier specializing in kilim loafers and one-of-a-kind garments made from repurposed fabrics, has been on a store-opening streak. The doors to its New York outpost at 259 Elizabeth Street opened in March, bringing the brand’s total store count (which includes a showroom at its Marrakech atelier and a home goods shop in Aspen) to nine. It’s an impressive feat for a label that was established in 2013 to sell ties. Read more at Robb Report.