Cesare Attolini Takes Manhattan

  • William Kissel

Renowned men’s tailored clothing company Cesare Attolini of Naples has opened its first store outside of Italy, on Madison Avenue at the corner of 67th Street in New York. Within the 2,500-square-foot space, clients can meet with the store’s tailor to select from nearly 1,000 swatches of fine English, Italian, and Scottish fabrics for bespoke suits, which take eight to 10 weeks to complete in Italy. In addition to housing the brand’s bespoke suits ($6,000 to $8,000) and ready-made suits, the new Manhattan shop marks the U.S. debut of Attolini’s sportswear collection, including handmade cotton shirts, silk neckwear, cashmere knitwear, denim jeans, leather outerwear, and accessories. Like Attolini suits, the entire sportswear collection, including a new line of custom $1,100 jeans, is artisan-made in Italy. (646.707.3006, www.cesareattolini.com)

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