BROWN'S MENSWEAR, A Short Man's Store, is announcing that it is closing its store after nearly ninety (90) years in business.
TORONTO, Jan. 31, 2018 /CNW/ - Due to the recent passing of Lou Brown, Brown's Menswear has confirmed that they will immediately commence a store-wide closing liquidation sale. The sale is open to the public from the Brown's Menswear store located at 1975 Avenue Road, Toronto, just south of Highway 401.
Brown's Menswear was a popular family-run business that has been serving the Toronto community for almost a century. After working side by side with his father for years, a young Lou Brown carefully followed the fashion business and when the time was right, made his own astute changes. For years, the Brown's Menswear store had been serving shorter men; Lou had noticed that the shorter man (5 feet, 8 inches and under) had difficulty in purchasing fashion-forward clothing, without spending huge amounts of money on tailoring charges; and still the 'fit' was not always right.
"In a world where height is synonymous with authority and where anything outside the range of 'average' is hard to find; shorter men have had to make do with buying clothing that never 'fit' quite right. Pockets were always just beyond reach, sleeves ended at the fingertips not wrists, and pants had to have several inches cut off the bottom. The list of fit problems was endless". Such was the resolve for Lou Brown - to open a division that would cater exclusively to the shorter gentleman. Over the years Brown's A Short Man's World became a leading specialty retailer for the shorter man.
This liquidation sale is being conducted by Danbury Global, Toronto. The sale includes an exceptional collection of quality men's suits, sports jackets, dress & casual shirts, pants, jeans, sweaters, outerwear, shoes, and accessories. The store carries popular designer brands including: Bugatti, Samuelsohn, Hugo Boss, Allen Edmonds, Alberto, and many more.
About Danbury Global
Danbury Global is a hands-on provider of asset monetization solutions focused on the disposition of retail and wholesale inventories, as well as industrial machinery and equipment. Danbury's services include, but are not limited to, retail store closings, orderly liquidations of wholesale inventories, and onsite and online public auctions.
SOURCE Danbury Global
For further information: Jonathan Ordon at 416-630-5241, [email protected] or visit http://www.danburyauctions.com/browns-shortman/