Sometimes a store comes together so well, and by comes together, I mean that the owner/proprietor has clearly and painstakingly examined and reexamined all angles of the retail experience – from its mix of costs to its stylish range of goods – that the store itself is a work of art, a realized labor of love. Thus is the case with Sault (on Tremont in Boston’s South End) where Philip Saul is the owner and the single employee. The man knows retail and he knows men’s fashion, and by that I mean, what real men on the street want to wear and not fancy department store stuff. He opened just a few months ago, but given the immaculate curation of the place, it is bound for glorious success.