Look as sharp as the beak of a kingfisher with today’s side deal. For $45, you get $100 worth of formal and casual gentlemen’s attire from Hyatt & Co., a clothier located in Fulton. You must use your entire Groupon in one purchase. Hyatt specializes in clothing for the stylish modern man and ancient Time Lord in need of modern duds. Top brands like Tommy Bahama, Cole Haan, Giorgio Valentini, Lucky, and Sean John are sold alongside tailor-made custom shirts. The knowledgeable staff is expert at finding jeans cut to fit (average price ranges from $77–$195), flattering suits ($250–$700), quality neckwear ($49–$135), and more. This deal can also be put toward the purchase of custom shirts ($95–$295) and sale items.
A shopping experience with Hyatt & Co. is a luxurious treat. Parking is plentiful at the door, while drinks and relaxation time are available for the thoughtful shopper. A private, five-way mirror offers a rare chance for the fellows to see themselves from every angle, ensuring a flattering fit and a chance to notice unseemly panty lines, backside wrinkleage, and spontaneous tail growth.
- ...swing into Hyatt & Co...to peruse the new Robert Talbott line or order custom shirts for your husband. (Pick him up a pair of AG jeans while you’re at it. They are delicious on). Then run like hell back to Baltimore. – Baltimore Style
- It wasn’t long ago that the idea of asking a rapper to design your clothes was a lot like having a clown redo your kitchen: Fun for a while, but would you really want to live with the results? Fortunately, conventional wisdom changes. Local clothier Hyatt & Co...stocks singular and sophisticated business, casual, and formalwear by adventurous brands such as Sean John (rapper Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ line), Psycho Bunny, and Robert Graham, plus more established names—Joseph Abboud, Tombolini, and Peerless Couture. You’ll find elegant black tone-on-tone tuxedos and neckwear within spitting distance of a tricked-out Calvin Klein “spy blazer” (complete with loops to hold a hidden wire), impossibly soft leather shoes by Donald J Pliner, and seamless single-cloth shirts by XMI. – Lionel Foster, Urbanite
Hyatt & Co.
Hyatt & Co. adds a note of refinement to men's wardrobes by filling them with formal and casual clothes from labels such as Tommy Bahama, JJ Weston, Vannucci, and Luchiano Visconti. The friendly tailoring team—Rocky, Marc, Ray, Justin, Harvey, and Eddie—greets visitors at the Maple Lawn shop and helps them pick the perfect cloth for a fine Italian suit or wade through a wide selection of T-shirts, satin ties, cufflinks, and jeans. They use their adept fitting skills to slide torsos into becoming formalwear including suits that cut a classic, Sinatra-esque figure and tuxedos spiffier than that of Fred Astaire's best man.