When it comes to a new brand or shop, I typically prefer to wait and see. I don’t want to buy into hype. I’m more interested in the simple and the good, not just newness. When I saw Junior’s for the first time I could recognize it was different. I liked how simple it all was. The merchandising is straightforward and the point-of-view of the tailored clothing is compelling. If a brand was going to become an American version of

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