Mike Natenshon started making custom shirts because we couldn’t find any that fit and felt like the old staples in his rotation. ML shirts come in half sizes, Marge & Larger. They are knit with amazingly soft natural fabric that has been totally pre-shrunk. And all tees are sustainably made right in San Francisco. And now they’re come to Wynwood. Marine Layer opens 217 NW 25th St next to Warby Parker. Here is more information about Marine Layer :
According to MiamiRacked :
“If you see something, grab it. Everything in Marine Layer is made in small batches and limited runs so they’re constantly switching up the game here, whether it’s a beachy maxi dress or your perfect oversized tee. And the prices are justified by the softness of the garments. Men’s tees are about $39 and most button downs are $98. As for women, tees start at about $39 and other pieces like skirts and knits run at about $78, but there are sales (like the brand’s ongoing three tees for $100), so watch out for those on the reg. Stop by, grab a beer (they’re complimentary), and browse around for your next go-to shirt your girlfriend won’t be throwing away.” written by ASHLEY BROZIC.
According to Urban Daddy :
“Once upon a bleak time, you’d have to fly out to the West Coast for this stuff. Today we’re here to say: no more. Because they’ve teleported their Californian sensibilities to a spot in Wynwood stocked with mid-century-modern chairs, wooden crates and a bunch of potted plants. Also, beer. To consume while you peruse. Nice touch. You might be wondering, “What makes these shirts so soft? Also, what’s the meaning of life?” The answer lies in a natural fabric developed by a guy named Mike (he’s the owner) that feels like it’s seen its fair share of permanent press cycles.”
According to RealDeal :
“Marine Layer, a men’s and women’s casual wear brand based in San Francisco, has chosen Wynwood for its first store in the Southeastern United States, as retailers continue to flock to the artsy district, The Real Deal has learned. The new shop is expected to open this month at 217 Northwest 25th Street in Miami, next to Warby Parker, in a renovated building owned by Goldman Properties. Marine Layer currently has about a dozen stores in the San Francisco Bay area, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Portland. Its website says the Miami store is opening in “early August,” and lists various job openings.” written by Ina Cordle.
Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.