February 22, 2013
There’s a newish menswear shop, Wingtip. Handsome suits, that kind of thing. Well, now they have a members-only club. It’s called Wingtip Club—creative, we know—and... well, it’s kind of fantastic.
To help you understand that fantasticness, we’ve imagined how you might spend a Saturday there...
Noon: You stride into the old Bank of Italy building. You enter the elevator. You press 10.
12:02pm: You enter the club, right after it opens. Soak in that natural sunlight from the big, bright windows—you’ll be here awhile. >> Read More
Jaime Gillin, February 22, 2013
An island of panache in a sea of hoodies and jeans, Wingtip is a haven for nattily dressed San Francisco gentlemen. In addition to such modern-classic labels as Peter Millar and Luciano Barbera, the store stocks all manner of accoutrements (carved-horn shaving kits; cut-to-fit-belts; champagne sabers)—and even employs a tailor, shoe shiner, barber, and hatmaker. >> Read More
Christina Garofalo, January 23, 2013
The San Francisco–based men’s luxury retailer formerly known as On the Fly has opened a new 21,000-square-foot store and private club in the historic Bank of Italy building in San Francisco under the new name Wingtip. The opulent two-story retail space—which offers collections by Dunhill, Michael Toschi, Oxxford Clothes, Alfred Sargent, and more—is decorated with antique furnishings and game tables to complement the architectural details of the century-old building. >> Read More