Best of Philly

Best Men's Store

2014 BEST Men's Accessories

Henry A. Davidsen

Ignore the tired reference to “image consulting” that’s tacked onto the list of services here and go straight for the tightly edited collection of accessories: pocket squares and rounds, cuff links, socks and ties. (While you’re at it, spring for a pair of their custom-made jeans.)

1701 Spruce Street, #2, Philadelphia, PA | 215-253-5905 | Website


2014 BEST Place for Guy Gifts

Art in the Age

116 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA

Consider the “He’s so hard to shop for” dilemma a thing of the past. From heritage clothing (Penfield and Woolrich) to cologne (he can smell like evergreens!) to a fully stocked camping cocktail kit (complete with a flask and booze, of course), it’s hard to find something here he won’t like. Read more »

2010 BEST Men's Shop (Classic)

Neiman Marcus

The Plaza at King of Prussia, King of Prussia, PA

Neimie’s flawlessly appointed gentlemen’s department has the salon appeal of a boutique operation, but the access to serious Zegna, Gucci, Cucinelli, et al., of a much clout-ier outfit. Read more »

2010 BEST Men's Shop (Modish)

Barneys CO-OP

1811 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Paul Smith. Vince. Rag and Bone. Onitsuka. Loomstate. Opening Ceremony. If you’re a city dude, consider yourself edgy-natty-preppy-buttoned-up, and like to moan about commuting to KOP/NYC for your fashion fix, you’ll need to find something new to gripe about. Thanks to the Co-op’s well-stocked second floor, not having somewhere to shop is no longer a… Read more »