Much as I might like to have something new at the ASW store every week, that isn't possible. Nonetheless, a few things have been happening behind the scenes recently.
Saphir shoe care products, probably the world's best, will be on the site in a couple of weeks. They will be joined shortly thereafter by a very nice crepe soled snuff suede chukka boot with a cushiony crepe sole - perfect footwear for a day of walking around without resorting to athletic shoes.
I've also got a supply of dark red watered silk miniature carnations for boutonnieres that are only awaiting packaging.
Finally, I don't think it will ever be a regularly stocked item but I will be delivering several special orders of Simonnot-Godard chambray shirting this week (S-G calls it voile but everyone else calls it chambray). It is a legendary-on-the-internet, soft, medium-weight cloth that most shirtmakers cannot obtain. A two meter length (most men need two meters but taller guys may need another half meter) is $110 including U.S. shipping. For men who do not already have a shirtmaker, Joe Hemrajani charges another $82 to make it up to the same upgraded specifications that he uses on my shirts. I offer it in a lighter blue than is obvious from the photo, tan, light gray, and fuchsia pink with a three week wait for delivery. Interested parties should contact me.