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This venue is closed.
Founded in 1996 by Rhode Island School of Design grad John Clark, Clark’s Register for many years sold preppy basics for men, like oxford shirts and corduroys, via catalog. The company changed hands after its founder’s premature death and re-emerged in the summer of 2008 with new owners, fresh inventory, and a SoHo store focused on the original mission of outfitting men with classic, comfortable, and fun clothes. The decidedly masculine shop has stone-tiled floors, exposed-brick walls, and rough-hewn wood beams. Dark wood shelves display menswear staples like soft wool cardigan zip-up sweaters by What Comes Around Goes Around, baby-flannel button-ups by Hartford, and patterned shirts by Robert Graham. Accessories include striped knee socks by Marcoliani Milano, belts by Fullum & Holt, Italian silk ties, wool plaid scarves by Altea, and U Roads shoes made from recycled materials like tires. Fedoras, rugged leather and metal jewelry by Los Angeles designer Cheryl Dufault, and funky eyeglasses by Eyebobs are also in the mix. The loft area upstairs houses seersucker slacks and jackets and Nordic-inspired outerwear by Spiewak.