UNIFORM | O'Harrow Clothiers
If you build it, they will come. Or if you bitch about something on a blog, maybe someone will hear you. Claire Moseley, the designer and proprietor behind O'Harrow Clothiers, has just started a pocket square, lapel pin, and unisex shirting company out of Silver Lake. The label launched just this month and GQ has already taken notice. And why wouldn't they? Claire couldn't be any cooler. We talked shop for a while about the lack of functioning blazer pockets for women and her eye for great pocket square fabric, much of which is Japanese. I love how Claire is styling her reversible pocket squares in shirt pockets, denim jackets, and in the back pockets of jeans (Springsteen style!). And I'm really digging how O'Harrow pockets squares are 8-inch squares as opposed to the standard 12-inch square because they're less bulky, which is ideal for the girl who's hip to the square. Great price points ($29-$32 for pocket squares), great concept, and it's all made in the USA. All the pocket squares, lapel pins, and shirts are available online.