I met Nick and Chris Schaerf in Melbourne at the Paul Smith store opening earlier this year.
They spotted my shoes first ( John Lobb ) then my suit; Crane Brothers Escorial Windowpane check.
At that stage they were months away from opening their new store "Double Monk" and were excited to speak at length about tailoring, shoes and all things sartorial.
I was happy to listen as they knew their stuff and their concept sounded fantastic.
This month they opened and although I havent seen it in the flesh the pictures look superb.
These ones are courtesy of Broadsheet.
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