B Oyama Homme
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B Oyama Homme information
Bernard Oyama is the 'Haberdasher of Harlem,' and one look at his wing-tipped shoes, two-tone suits and sleek fedoras and you'll get an urge to shoot your cuffs, too. His boutique sells tailor-cut suits, an assortment of shirts, and items like ties, pocket squares, gloves, cuff links and suspenders.