Mr. Sid to Celebrate 50th Anniversary With “A Fete of 50 Years of Fashion”

Mr. Sid is opening a new location in the Boston, Seaport Village. He is excited to offer great fashion to a whole new audience.

Newton, United States - October 6, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Mr. Sid, Boston’s premier luxury menswear retailer, has announced “A Fete of 50 Years of Fashion” to celebrate 50 years of dressing the area’s most fashionable gentlemen. The black tie optional golden anniversary celebration will be held at Mr. Sid at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 7, and is by invitation only for Mr. Sid friends, family and select customers.

“We take pride in our unwavering focus on taking care of our customers and our passionate dedication to discovering new and exciting merchandise and introducing it to our clientele. That’s why we wanted to celebrate our 50th anniversary with those customers who have made Mr. Sid a men’s fashion destination,” said Mr. Sid vice president Barry Segel.

Since opening its doors on September 25, 1967, Mr. Sid has enhanced its 10,000-square-foot store and introduced its own collections alongside the top luxury menswear brands in the world. Among them are Sid Royale, an affordable made-to-measure suit and shirt line offering tons of customization options, and Sid Sport, a sportswear line equally suited for the gym and for the ski slope.

In November, Mr. Sid will open a second location in the Boston Seaport Village area. The 2,300-square-foot men’s clothing store will complement the flagship store in Newton, showcasing core collections and introducing Mr. Sid to a whole new audience. “There’s an energy unlike anywhere else in the city right now,” said Mr. Sid president Stuart Segel. “It’s innovative, it’s youthful, and I think it plays to our brand. It’s fitting that we make this expansion as we celebrate our 50th anniversary, and we’re excited to see what the next 50 years have in store.”

About Mr. Sid:

Mr. Sid offers discerning men the best luxury brands suits, shoes, casual wear and accessories in Boston. Mr. Sid’s personal sales consultants help customers refine their style so they look their best for all occasions, and on-site master tailors ensure a perfect fit. A men’s grooming parlour, billiards table and complimentary bourbon bar help create a living room atmosphere that make regular and new customers alike feel right at home. Visit Mr. Sid’s flagship store at 1211 Centre St., Newton, MA 02459, call 617-969-4540 or the new location coming soon at 49 Northern Ave. Boston, MA 02210. Visit www.mrsid.com for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Barry
Organization: Mr. Sid
Address: 1211 Centre Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02459, United States
Phone: +1-617-969-4540

For more information, please visit http://mrsid.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246871

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