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'Well made clothing and things for you and life.'
Drama Club is a modern general store for the local cosmopolitan, showcasing an edited selection of globally-sourced men's and women's clothing, jewelry, footwear, lifestyle and home goods. Featured lines boast international reputation for integrity of design and quality of manufacturing being synonymous to their individual brands.
All brands are available to view on in our designer index. Featured men's lines include Robert Geller, Massimo Alba, A.P.C., Golden Goose, Jungmaven, Sunspel, and Gitman Vintage. Select women's product comes from Chimala, Priory, Samuji, Wrk-Shp, Wolcott:Takemoto, and Veja. Our proud roster of home and lifestyle goods consists of Malin + Goetz, D.S. & Durga, Tivoli Audio, Steiff, Caran d'Ache, Rhodia, C.Howard's, Tilda Biehn, and many more.
With a passion for the stories behind the goods and a focus on connecting with its curious clientele, Drama Club distinguishes itself among competitors through its thoughtful, dutiful, and graceful service of both product and customer.
Located in a sunlit storefront directly across from McGolrick Park in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the store's interior boasts gallery white walls and custom made wood and marble furniutre. Distinctive German and British lighting fixtures reach from the original tin ceilings toward the bold, black and gray graphic-glazed ceramic tile floor.
Owner Jack Sachs built his career on a passion for service of customer and product alike. With over 10 years at Barneys New York, OAK, and Bird, where he exited as Retail Director, Jack is thrilled to fulfill a lifelong dream of opening and operating a new and unique retail experience.
In 2017, Out Magazine listed Drama Club as one of America's "Best New Stores for Menswear."
Happily placed a mile south and east from the popular fray of Franklin Avenue and the gorgeous north Brooklyn waterfront, Drama Club's address on Nassau Avenue and Russel Street is in the quieter blocks of Greenpoint. Our favorite nearby haunts include restaurants Little Dokebi and Selemat Pagi, as well as the bars Goldie's and Diamond Lil. The MTA's B43 bus stop and Nassau Ave 'G' station are the closet points of mass transit, while a CitiBike station is just twenty feet across the street on Nassau Ave. Parking is free and easy most times, especially on the weekend.