New or relocated, these are menswear stores with a point of view on function and style.

John Henry

New kid on the block John Henry is kin to affordable boutique Primp. The atmosphere is playful, with a classic German foosball table for hanging out with buddies. Co-owners Michele and Mike Henry tout comfort, affordability and style, offering easy-to-wear, starch-free fabrics, such as the anti-wicking dress shirts by Texas clothier Mizzen and Main.

4764 Banning Av., White Bear Lake, 651-797-4839,

J. Novachis by Anthony

After 45 years at 50th and France, menswear store J. Novachis has relocated to downtown Excelsior. The store specializes in men's dress and casual wear from classic and contemporary brands, plus all the trimmings — leather goods, neckwear, cuff links and shoes. It also has an in-house tailor shop.

218 Water St., Excelsior, 952-927-8808,

Len Druskin

Longtime Galleria tenant Len Druskin relocated to Southdale, next to its discount-based sister store, Len. The new flagship returns to its roots, focusing on the higher-end apparel and denim selection for which it is known. Returning are Len Druskin favorites such as Michael Stars, Bailey 44, Billy Reid and AG Jeans, plus dozens of new men's and women's labels.

1645 Southdale Cir., Edina, 952-927-7923,

Jahna Peloquin