Longtime Lexington menswear destination Logan’s of Lexington opens its newest location Wednesday.
The store, in business since 1964, had been in Tates Creek Centre since 1992 before announcing in July that it would move to the Lexington Green shopping center on Nicholasville Road.
Co-owner Elliott Logan told the Herald-Leader in July that the new store will be about twice as big as the old one.
“Our new 8,600 square foot location will offer our customers an updated and unique shopping experience, while still providing the same hands-on customer service that you’ve come to expect from Logan’s over the past 54 years,” Logan said in a statement.
The store will host a grand opening beginning at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony before the doors open at 10 a.m. Customers can enter a drawing for a $250 gift card.
Logan’s specializes in high-end men’s clothing but Elliott Logan said they also have more moderately price items, too.
“If you’re looking for a first suit for your son or a navy blazer, we have suits that start at $299 and sport coats at $199,” he said.
Logan’s was opened in Midway in 1964 by the late Harlan and Betty Logan. Harlan Logan, who died in 2013, grew up poor in Emerson in Eastern Kentucky, according to son Steve Logan. He wore his success literally, always impecably dressed and stylish.