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This is the eighth in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. DEMETER - Dimitri Onistsuk, Prop. Handmade Bespoke Belts & Leather Goods When Demeter was started in mid-2004, its owner, third-generation leather artisan Dimitri Onistsuk, knew he wanted to create the best leather goods in the world. Since then, the firm has developed into a respected atelier and works with international clients on orders for...
This is the seventh in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. CEGO CUSTOM SHIRTMAKERS Carl Goldberg, Prop. For 25 years, Carl Goldberg, owner of CEGO Custom Shirtmakers, has offered New Yorkers the "best-value custom shirts possible" according to New York Magazine. Carl's shirts appear in leading Broadway productions including The Producers and Drowsy Chaperone; on network television shows and films; and...
This is the sixth in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. KELLY CHRISTY Milliner/Hatmaker Kelly Christy is a milliner/hatmaker based in New York City. Kelly's many passions in life are apparent in her hat designs. A love of nature and a whimsical sense of humor clearly figure prominently in her work. This personal creative force, coupled with 20 years of working directly with her clientele and getting...
If you requested an invitation to the Third Annual Collection of Sartorial Excellence more than three days ago, it was e-mailed to you about an hour ago. BE SURE TO R.S.V.P.! If you didn't request your invitation until after midday on the 18th, we'll get yours out late tomorrow. Thanks for all the help selecting the Sartorial Excellence Dinner Gathering menu. If you are planning to attend the dinner which is being held Friday night at Smith & Wollensky's Park Avenue...
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This is the fifth in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. JON GREEN NEW YORK Fine Custom Clothiers The Early Years Jon Green began his men's clothing career at age 14 working as a stock boy in a long gone, very fine store in Ft. Worth, Texas, Jack Caudle. Mr. Caudle was a master at presenting and selling fine men's wear and extremely knowledgeable regarding hand tailoring and fitting. Caudle provided...
This is the fourth in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. Nader Zadi's CUSTOMEYES Fine Bespoke Eyewear Eyewear Artist Nader Zadi (Nah-dere Zah-dee) offers the most unique custom eyewear service in the world at his bespoke eyewear atelier. CustomEyes, as Zadi's studio is known, showcases a rare collection of antique white and yellow gold frames, as much as 200 years old, which are fashioned into modern...
Quote: Originally Posted by Baron I'm starting to think I need to plan a trip to NYC for that weekend. We're only going to have hats, shirts, suits, shoes, socks, scarves, pocket squares, jackets, neckties, bow ties, belts, eyeglasses, underwear, polo shirts, pajamas, dressing gowns, nighties, trousers, intimates, warmups, cuff links ... and most available for women as well as men. You're going to fly in just for that?
This is the third in an ongoing series of features and slide shows about the Collection of Sartorial Excellence artisans. GAZIANO & GIRLING Fine Made-to-Order & Bespoke Shoemaker Already widely known for bringing a touch of the modern and avant garde while rigorously maintaining quality standards easily on par with Lobb, Cleverly, and the like, Gaziano & Girling is the up-and-coming artisanal shoemaker. While twisting the penny straps on softly-rounded square toe...
Quote: Originally Posted by BUFFEDCARACENILOVER Take care, gentlemen, and God Bless all of you. Good health and well-cut suits to you all. Again, take care. Be well. Oh, well. SF is 300 lbs. lighter. And 7 feet shorter. J: I'll mourn for you. Let me know if you need anything.
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