For spring, men’s designers are rolling out versions of the King’s beloved ‘bowling’ shirts, a casual look that feels right again

ONE DAY IN 1952, in Memphis, Tenn., Elvis Presley walked into the Lansky Bros. clothing store, where Bernard Lansky was tending the till. Elvis, then a 17-year-old usher at the Loews movie theater around the corner, confidently declared, “Mr. Lansky, I don’t have any money, but one of these days I’m going to come in and buy you out.” Amused, Mr. Lansky countered, “Don’t buy me out, just buy from me.” With that, a lifelong collaboration took root. Even as Elvis became a global phenomenon, Lansky Bros. kept him in blue suede shoes and collar-popping shirts. When the controversially gyrating star was invited to perform...



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