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Suiting Up

Personal Tailors Fashion Custom-Made Products that Fit Beautifully and Precisely
G. Bruce Boyer
From the Print Edition:
Bill Cosby, Autumn 94

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Paul Becker
424 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
(816) 531-6200

Suits: $1,400; sport coats: $1,000. The style here is clean and crisp; jackets have ample shoulder, some "give" at chest, trim seat. Wool crepes and lightweight reverse twists are popular for suits, silk-and-wool blends for sport coats.

Bergdorf Goodman Men
745 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10022
(212) 339-3393

Suits: $1,400; sport coats: $995. Classic Anglo-American look with seminatural shoulder, some drape and waist suppression.

Berardi Brothers
802 Walnut Street
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
(515) 288-8362

Suits: $1,750; topcoats: $3,000; sport coats: $1,250. Medium-shoulder, two-button, American traditional silhouette, nine-to-10-ounce, year-round worsteds preferred.

Cheo Tailors
30 East 60th Street
New York, New York 10022
(212) 980-9838

Suits: $2,000; sport coats: $1,500; topcoats: $2,000. Old Savile Row tradition of 1930s London styling: soft chest and shoulder, nipped waist and full-cut trousers.

Gian DeCaro
2025 First Avenue, Suite D
Seattle, Washington 98121
(206) 448-2812

Suits: $1,295; cashmere worsted sport coats: $2,000. Easy silhouette with high armhole, slightly longer coat, broader lapels and lower button stance. Clear-finished, 11-to-12-ounce gabardines and venetians are favored.

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