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“Clothier to the King!”
Think of Memphis, Tennessee and you think of the blues. Think of Beale Street and you have to think of Lansky Bros - the store that permanently changed how America dresses. Lansky Brothers started as an army surplus store but as soldiers returned from World War II, the store was changed to accommodate customers interested in a one-of- a- kind look. The original Lansky store at 126 Beale became the fashion headquarters to musicians and the clothes savvy, including B.B. King, Isaac Hayes, David Porter, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Rufus Thomas. It did not take long for Lansky's to build a repertoire with Gospel, Blues, Soul, and Rock 'n Roll musicians. However, it was Elvis Presley who helped establish Bernard Lansky's Clothier to the King title and allowed for global recognition. We are proud to have cultivated a legacy that three generations are now part of. We have been so fortunate to meet so many people from all over the world who come by to shop and visit with us.
This is such a fun vintage USA store selling quality menswear. The items are unique ranging from edgy to campy including many vintage styles that were worn by celebrities like Johnny Cash or Elvis... Read more
This is hands down one of the most amazing clothing stores in the country. Rich heritage. LOTS of unique clothes in a small space. Take your time here. Things pop out at you. Best service folks.... Read more
While walking in Memphis I looked into the store window and saw a super cool shirt. So I went inside and looked around and saw a lot of great items. I bought a couple things that you won't be able... Read more
- Fri, Sat: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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