What You'll Get
Like lying on a bed of nails, sitting on the edge of fashion is precarious and leaves onlookers slack-jawed with awe. Take a bold stylistic stance with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of clothing and accessories at Any Old Iron on the Lower East Side.
Any Old Iron's selection of high-end menswear suits up sartorial equines with British designer clothing. Designers include A Child of the Jago, Fred Perry, Bolongaro Trevor, and Passarella Death Squad, with the majority of the collections being exclusive. Peruse the selections of t-shirts ($45–$125), trousers ($216.30–$577), denim jumpsuits ($475), and sale merchandise ($40–$1,300) for singular items without peerage in America.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid for sale items. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Any Old Iron
Though New York is a vital organ to the world of men’s fashion, the UK has a beating heart all its own. The British sensibility, with its dual affinities for fastidious tailoring and urban grit, finds a happy home away from home in Any Old Iron, Andrew Clancey’s Lower East Side shop. Andrew’s appreciation for the English dandy stems from his time working as a stylist in London, where he convinced bands such as the Stereophonics, Catatonia, and Steps to stop wearing onesies. His aesthetic, often underscored by clever humor, is ever-present in the shop, as he has curated items from a venerable list of boutique British designers, including Vivienne Westwood, Horace, and Jeffery West.
The phrase "Any Old Iron," both a common shout of the scrap-metal collector and an old English music-hall song, simultaneously honors the Clancey family’s old scrap-metal business and the British sartorial spirit. Inside the shop, Andrew also offers his personal styling services, which he fine-tuned through a fashion editorship at Large magazine and styling gigs for the Ministry of Sound and Sony Walkman TV campaigns, among others.