The Hill-Side's store new store in South Williamsburg.
The Hill-Side, which was founded by brothers Emil and Sandy Corsillo, started as a collection of ties, pocket squares and scarves made from rare Japanese fabrics. Now, six years later, the accessories assortment has evolved into a fully formed collection of men’s apparel and footwear that’s on display at its new flagship in Brooklyn, which opens today.
“This store is the culmination of what we’ve invested into the brand for the past two years,” said Emil, who, along with his brother, recently won GQ’s 2015 Best New Men’s Wear Designers in America award and collaborated with The Gap on a capsule collection.
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