The Standing Room by Heights+ Kenchi has teamed with Architectural Historian Tom Miller to present a casual reception and discussion at 5:30 PM on July 19 2013.
Just as Heights + Kenchi keeps alive the tradition and attention to detail in fine menswear, so too Miller keeps alive the history of Manhattan’s architecture.
Inspirations for The Standing Room by Heights + Kenchi menswear haberdashery & designs esthetic come from the key fashion eras of the 20th Century.
“By definition we’re a menswear brand which pays homage to the spirit and aesthetics from the 1920s and ‘30s, with an emphasis on what we call the ‘Romantic Esthetic,’ ” says Luis-Arturo Padilla, Sales Manager at the Standing Room. Further Anthony Daniels is quoted saying “We bring a balance of individual personality combined with a little sartorial know how." In four years, Miller’s website, Daytonian in Manhattan, has grown from a quiet repository of Miller’s extensive knowledge of Manhattan’s buildings and monuments to an invaluable online resource visited by thousands every day. Miller’s histories capture the scandals and the pageantry, the good times and the hard times, the notable and the mundane -- in short, he documents the humanity of Manhattan as reflected in its buildings and monuments.
Tom Miller was born in Dayton, Ohio -- America’s heartland; and moved to New York City in 1979. An architectural historian, he has investigated and researched the stories of Manhattan for decades. Miller urges New Yorkers and visitors alike to “never to stop being a tourist,” and “never stop looking up.” Their admiration for classic fashion combined with an eye for contemporary trends makes the brand appealing and eye-catching without being too loud or too dated. The brand’s appreciation for and nods to history make a pairing with an architectural historian a logical choice for what promises to be an informative and enjoyable event.
The Standing Room by Heights + Kenchi is open daily from 12 PM - 7 PM Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and from 1 PM – 7 PM Friday and Sunday. For more information about The Standing Room and Heights + Kenchi visit the retail store at 207 Clinton Street in Manhattan or visit http://www.heights-kenchi.com/. For more information about Tom Miller and Daytonian in Manhattan, visit Daytonian in Manhattan.To schedule an interview with Yunusa Kenchi, Luis-Arturo Padilla, Tom Miller or a representative of The Standing Room, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.