Fashion evolves and trends change, but the Garmany story always stays the same: It’s about family. Ours is a business that’s been family-owned and operated for decades, and we consider all our partners—the associates and tailors, the companies we deal with and the customers we serve—an extension of our close-knit clan. In fact, our success is a direct result of the bonds we have formed with everyone over the years.
That’s why it’s bittersweet to share the news that longtime associate and friend Moe Gonzalez announced his retirement after 34 years on our staff. Moe had been with us since we first opened our doors in Red Bank and treated all who walked through the doors like family. He is like an uncle to me and was a dear friend to my dad—for that, I will always be grateful. I, like his many colleagues and customers, wish Moe the very best in the next chapter of his life. Moe, your Garmany family will miss you sorely!
But as we bid farewell and godspeed to a dear friend, we welcome the return to days of dressing up. We’re ready to move beyond athleisurewear for work and once again enjoy fine tailored garments from the world’s best clothiers. We are proud to offer gentlemen the latest suits and sportcoats from brands you trust, including Canali, Isaia and Ravazzolo. Garmany, of course, can outfit you for any professional environment, as many offices have reopened with relaxed dress codes. Let us show you fall’s best luxury sweaters and shirts by Autumn Cashmere, Fedeli and Benson, a new label to the Garmany lineup. And ladies who are ready to stow away their leggings will love the collections we have curated for our women’s department.
We know you’ll find your new signature pieces for fall, from dresses by Zimmermann, sweaters and outerwear by Nili Lotan, knits and tanks by Enza Costa—and shoes and boots by Christian Louboutin and Jimmy Choo. Before you come in to browse, be sure to check out “It’s Showtime” on page 60 of the latest issue of Garmany Magazine. Be sure to check out pages 30 and 42 for a sneak peek for both men’s and women’s essentials this Fall.
But fashion is just part of the fine lifestyle that is making a comeback. This issue of Garmany is filled with articles that will surely pique your interest. On page 52, learn about a new Ferrari that will please both speed demons and soccer moms. Those who ski should turn to page 84 to discover secrets of Switzerland’s top resorts. On page 86, foodies can check off which “daring” dishes they had the courage to try.
When you’re done reading this magazine, please visit us in store and say hello, and remember to say hi at our fall charity events too: Our No Shave November program is a go this year, as is our fundraiser for The Tigger House Foundation in December.
Follow us on Instagram @garmanyofredbank for updates. Hope to see you all soon!