By The Editors of GQ
Photographs by Jeremy Liebman
March 27, 2017
The only way to stand out in image-obsessed L.A. is to wear clothes so rare that nobody else can find ’em—which is why Magasin stocks only those clothes. Here, proprietor and professional cool-hunter Josh Peskowitz testifies to three of his store’s most coveted labels.
Eral 55: “Angelenos don’t pay enough attention to tailoring,” Peskowitz says. “Ermanno Lazzarin is a second-generation clothier and a vintage junkie. And since his jackets are made from deadstock fabric from his 100-year archive, each one is nearly one of a kind. We’re his only stockist in the world besides his own store on Corso Como in Milan.”