There are many sides to every story, just as there are many sides to every man. Enter the idea of the Renaissance man; one’s capacity for self-improvement is unlimited and one should strive to be as knowledgeable, sociable, and cultured as possible. The history of the Renaissance man dates back to the great thinkers of the 14th - 17th centuries, but the concept carries through to the modern day. Imagine a modern day Renaissance man as one who can do it all and make it seem effortless. Every Renaissance man needs to change his attire throughout the day to accomplish his many tasks, and we are here to make your wardrobe choices as multi-faceted as you are.
With our offices in Manhattan, we are quite rooted in New York City. Our name and style reflect exactly that. Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg and Broome Street in SoHo are two very distinct and very different locations. Bedford Avenue is full of artists, musicians, designers, and professionals, all wearing their personal styles proudly. Broome Street is thriving with professionals, shoppers, and dapper gents, all dressed to impress. The adventures of everyday life bring us back and forth between Bedford & Broome, and one must always dress the part.
Bedford: Casual yet sophisticated. This is your choice for a relaxed night out with friends. Perfect for a night of skee-ball tournaments and big buck hunter.
Broome: Dressy with an edge. Tackle that important meeting head-on and then shoot over to the big event you’re co-hosting.
We take pride in our Brooklyn manufacturing roots, and quality is always front-of-mind. The spirit of American craftsmanship is alive and well, and we are proud to be a part of it. When it comes to Bedford & Broome products, it’s all in the details.
From our factory to your hands. When we started Bedford & Broome, we made the decision to sell our goods directly to our customers. No middleman, just stylish handcrafted goods at an attractive price. Be open to the world and the world will open itself to you.
Love your life and don’t be afraid to Wear Yourself.
– Mr. B