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LANSKY BROS OPENs
Lansky Bros. opens as an army surplus and uniform store at 126 Beale Street. The uniform business only lasted for a short time and when the surplus clothing ran out by the early 1950s, they decided to focus on high-fashion men’s clothing.
1946
1950S HIGH FASHION
By the early 1950s, the store was focused on high fashion, offering far-out clothes in the latest styles, including California Peggers, roomy pants that tapered to the cuff; Ivy League-Style clothing such as single-breasted blazers with natural shoulders and narrow lapels; and Levi's Jeans, made popular by Hollywood actors such as James Dean and Marlon Brando.
1950
Celebrity Sightings at Lansky
Since the ‘50s, Lansky Bros. has been a magnet for celebrities looking for new additions to their wardrobe. From musicians, movie stars, athletes, politicians, and even local celebrities, Lansky Bros. never knows who is going to walk through their doors. And when someone famous walks in, Lansky Bros. does their best to make sure they are styled to stand out.
JOHN RICH
JOHN RICH
John Rich, country musician of duo Big & Rich, shops Lansky at the Peabody while in Memphis to give St. Jude Children's Research Hospital his check from winning The Apprentice.
ROBERT PLANT
ROBERT PLANT
We love our good friend, Robert Plant, who so generously spends time with us at the shop anytime he visits Memphis.
DAVID BRYAN
DAVID BRYAN
Bon Jovi keyboardist, David Bryan, shops with Hal Lansky in Lansky at the Peabody. David Bryan wrote the score for the award-winning musical, Memphis.
CARLOS SANTANA
CARLOS SANTANA
Carlos Santana does a quick browse of Lansky at the Peabody while in town on March 14, 2015. Carlos Santana poses with Hal Lansky in this great picture.

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