Dangerous Mathematicians custom-designs tailored suits for women. They specialize in wedding suits that mix traditionally masculine and feminine style in the context of high-quality fabric and construction. Dangerous Mathematicians celebrates the intelligence, individualism, and creativity of their clients through exciting, collaborative design. They support long-lasting quality and design over trends. Their flagship store opened in 2006 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, offering professional yet vibrant tailored attire for “smart women.”
In 2007, they created their first wedding suits for women. Since then, they’ve been creating wedding attire for women that mixes the masculine elements of a tuxedo with the feminine feel of a dress. In 2010, they relocated to Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, shifting their focus fully to custom-designed tailored suits.
394 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217
BARNEYS NEW YORK
Barneys New York is a luxury specialty retailer renowned for having the most discerning edit from the world’s top designers, including women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, accessories, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics, fragrances, and gifts for the home. Barneys’ signature sense of wit and style is manifested in its creative advertising campaigns, original holiday themes, and celebrated window displays. Today, Barneys New York operates flagship stores in New York City.
Bah Thierno Custom Tailoring
Address: 844 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11226
Angela’s Custom Tailor
Address: 6702 20th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11204
Elegant Custom Tailor
Address: 4228 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Milano Custom Tailor Co Inc
Milano Custom Tailoring is a tailor shop located in the heart of Brooklyn, NY, where they have been serving their clients for over 18 years. With a combined total of over 45 years working in custom tailoring, their business is second-to-none in getting the perfect fit for any piece of clothing.
Any experience have at Milano Custom Tailoring is personalized. They begin by taking your measurements, which they record for further alterations. After that, they discuss what you would like done to your clothing, ensuring that the finished product is what you had expected to receive. As time goes on, they realize your shape may change, so they offer update measurement sessions once a season. This ensures that clothes fit as they were meant to.
Milano Custom Tailoring does not just offer tailoring, but also clothes repair for those outfits that have gotten damaged. Their professional work is subtle and designed to be unnoticed when you wear your clothes.
For 18 years, they have made their home in Brooklyn, NY, where their word-of-mouth reputation continues to expand.
Address: 417 86th St, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Object Custom Tailors
Address: 68 Bond St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Modest Mod Tailoring Studio
Address: 1401 Elm Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Arthur Gluck Shirtmaker
For over 50 years, Arthur Gluck Shirtmakers has solidified its reputation as the maker of the best tailored shirts in New York City.
Arthur Gluck Shirtmakers has a tradition of:
Time honored skills
In each and every stitch of each and every custom tailored shirt they make.
The shirt tailoring business was opened in 1958 on Madison Avenue after Arthur and Elsa Gluck arrived from Paris. They mastered the art of Old World shirt making in Paris following the Second World War.
Since that time, long before gentlemen dressed for success, Arthur Gluck Shirtmakers has been doing just that dressing gentlemen with that smooth, expensively tailored look, with French cuffs and tab collars that give anyone wearing one of these shirts a little edge at the bargaining table.
Arthur Gluck custom shirts also include two Gluck trademarks:
Plus, the shirt fitting consists of 30 individual measurements to make sure the custom shirt has the best fit possible.
Address: 871 E 24th St, Brooklyn, NY 11210
Object Custom Tailors
Address: 68 Bond St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Address: 287 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Address: 188 Scott Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Martin Greenfield Heritage
Martin Greenfield Clothiers, Ltd. is a Brooklyn manufacturer of hand tailored men’s clothing. The Company was founded in 1977 by Martin Greenfield when he bought the factory from his former employer, GGG Clothes. Mr. Greenfield had joined GGG in 1947 as an entry-level floor boy, ultimately rising to Vice President of Production before buying out his former employer.
Initially structured as a traditional manufacturer; currently, Martin Greenfield Clothiers is focused on a hybrid approach. They construct garments to meet the requirements of innovative designers, specialty retailers, costume designers, stylists and individuals. They hand craft the finest made-to-order as well as made-to-measure suits, tuxedoes, sport jackets, slacks, and overcoats 100% built by hand in their Brooklyn Factory.
Martin’s sons Jay and Tod Greenfield joined their father in the 1980s and the trio currently manages the Company. They keep their focus on production, not promotion, creating garments with built in intrinsic value. Martin Greenfield Clothiers continues to operate as a union shop out of its 1917 location in Brooklyn. Believing in fostering strong ties to the surrounding community, Mr. Greenfield was instrumental in founding the East Williamsburg Valley Industrial Development Corporation.
Address: 239 Varet St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Brooklyn Tailors was founded in 2007 by husband and wife, Daniel and Brenna Lewis, when they began offering custom fittings out of their small Clinton Hill apartment. Word spread quickly beyond their initial customer base of friends and locals, and Brooklyn Tailors soon found itself an enthusiastic following around the country.
In August 2011, Brooklyn Tailors moved into its first storefront location at 358 Grand Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In early 2012, Brooklyn Tailors presented its first comprehensive men’s collection, comprised of pieces ranging from tailored formal wear to casual sportswear. The collection is now carried in a number of retailers in the United States and abroad, including Barneys.
GQ Magazine named Brooklyn Tailors “Best New Menswear Designers of the Year” in 2014, and they launched a capsule collection with the GAP that October, which quickly sold out.
The popularity of Brooklyn Tailors in Japan allowed the brand to create a special made-in-Japan line sold only in the Japanese market and the Brooklyn Tailors store. This collection, called BKT by Brooklyn Tailors, focuses on casual but office-ready pieces, including unstructured travel suits and Japanese oxfords. The collection launched in 2015.
In August 2016, Brooklyn Tailors opened its new flagship store at 327 Grand St. in Williamsburg, just up the block from the original store. The new expanded shop and headquarters allows Brooklyn Tailors to showcase its full collection and introduce new products. Additionally, with the new expanded retail location, Brooklyn Tailors now also carries a curated selection of other brands, including knitwear, t-shirts, shoes, ties, accessories, apothecary goods, as well as a selection of suiting and shirts from other brands that the Brooklyn Tailors team loves.
Address: 327 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Modeled after a traditional haberdashery, ROBINSON BROOKLYN specializes in essential, handmade items that can’t be found anywhere else. The shop in Williamsburg, New York offers Ready-to-Wear items (suits, sport coats, trousers, ties and other accessories) defined by Robinson’s dedication to quality: handcrafted items with clean and simple lines that are built to last. Drawing on the finest imported materials, the shop features Robinson’s signature take on “classic items you always wished you had”. Native New Mexican Craig Robinson started his sartorial life at the very young age of 8. “My mother and aunt worked in the Levi Strauss factory on the outskirts of town, and a lot of patchwork garments were made on the kitchen table from the scraps my mother would bring home from work. This is where I began to learn the skills for construction”.
Robinson went on to open his first store on Route 66 in 1992 at the age of 20 in Albuquerque New Mexico. In 1995 Robinson moved to New York. While fine-tuning his craft of fine tailoring, he also worked in a hat shop, blocking and trimming custom hats.
He spent some time in Italy working as a floor boy for a couple of summers in a suit factory. There he learned that it takes thousands of hours to learn how to construct a classic Jacket, and takes years to master. Upon his return to New York he apprenticed under Master Tailor Ernesto De Soriano.
In 1998 he opened the door to his Atelier on 5th Ave in the Flat Iron district, creating superior handmade, custom and Made-to-Measure suiting for a host of popular musicians such as Interpol, Death Cab for Cutie, and Peter Bjorn and John. Robinson had also outfitted celebrities such as William Defoe, and Morgan Freeman. The hallmarks of his suits are sharp, masculine lines that exude power and deliver an aura that’s equal parts sexy and dangerous. Robinson’s dedication to his craft was recognized in 2007 when his work was inducted into Victoria and Albert Museum for the New York Fashion Exhibit. Robinson continues the centuries-old tradition of fine tailoring in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in New York with attention to quality and craftsmanship.
Address: 85 N 3rd St #117, Brooklyn, NY 11249
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