Created in the fall of 2008 by Matt Fox and Enrique Crame III, Fine And Dandy is a line of dandy-inspired men’s accessories made in the USA: ties, bow ties, cummerbunds, handkerchiefs, scarves, neckerchiefs, hats, tie bars, lapel pins, cufflinks, collar bars, watch straps, money clips, key rings, suspenders, sock and shirt garters, belts, spats, dog collars and leashes, and more.
Following several successful pop-up shops and on the 4th year anniversary of launching their online store, Fine And Dandy opened its first permanent retail shop in November 2012 at 445 West 49th Street in Hell’s Kitchen, in the heart of New York City. Shortly after opening, Fine And Dandy received a rave review in The New York Times.
In the spring of 2014, Fine And Dandy officially launched their Archives Division. Working together with costume designers and wardrobe departments, interior designers and fashion stylists, showrooms and private clients, Fine And Dandy Archives source and pull together vintage memorabilia from their own personal collection.
In the fall of 2015, Fine And Dandy launched its custom shirt program, proudly made in the USA. In addition to their online store and NYC brick and mortar, Fine And Dandy products are also available in select boutique shops worldwide. Pop-up shops have been held at the Blind Barber, Onassis, Chelsea Market, the Jazz Age Lawn Party, Brooklyn Flea, the National Arts Club and 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
Shopkeepers Matt Fox and Enrique Crame III were featured in, "I Am Dandy: The Return Of The Elegant Gentleman," published by Gestalten in the Summer of 2013.
Photo by Donna Alberico for The New York Times.