Some aspects of crafting custom clothing can be taught. Others are simply in the blood. Scott Evan Wasserberger grew up as the son and grandson of custom suit makers, even though the man with the initials SEW did not always know he would follow in the family tradition. The Wasserberger tailoring history dates back three generations. Scott’s grandfather, Harry, owned a custom tailoring business in Berlin. Fleeing the Nazis he packed up his family and relocated to Brooklyn in the late 1930′s. In 1948 Harry re-opened his tailoring business, a store called Wasserberger’s in Brooklyn. The family business remained in Brooklyn and was handed down to Artie (Scott’s father) and then later to Scott. In 2007 Scott re-branded and relocated to the trendy neighborhood of Nolita. The Wasserberger family is one of the longstanding pillars of custom tailoring in New York City dating back to pre World War II. Scott Evan Wasserberger’s design philosophy melds international influences to create an utterly original New York look. SEW deftly mixes finery with grunge elements in custom clothing, yet still offers classic bespoke looks. All shirts, jackets and suits are constructed in New York by local artisans. Nothing is sent overseas. The results are finely crafted clothing for todays stylish, sophisticated man. Join Scott for a fine wine or shot of tequila!