William Fioravanti: The power tailor

May 1st 2023

*This article is part of a series that looks at the history of New York’s bespoke tailoring. You can see the first, introductory article, here* By Manish Puri “Ready-made men’s wear was never more varied. Nevertheless, an increasin...

William Fioravanti: The power tailor

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Who would one go to now in NYC should one want the 57th Street Look? Will you be covering Ivy tailors as well in this series? It'll be interesting to know more about the bespoke operations of Brooks Brothers (which stopp...

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The history of New York bespoke tailoring: An int...

April 19th 2023

* This article is the first in a series that will look at New York bespoke over the years* By Manish Puri. In the 1956 version of the song New York’s My Home, Sammy Davis Jr. is eager to address the crazy rumour that some foolhardy New Yorkers...

The history of New York bespoke tailoring: An int...

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Can anyone tell me anything about 'Vincent Costumes New York Inc'? I have in my possession a tailor made suit that was made for the British ice skater, John Curry who spent much of his life in New York in the late 70s an...

SuitsApril 19th 2023

New York bespoke tailors – Updated

January 29th 2019

This is a fully updated version of our post from January on the bespoke tailors in and around New York. The contributions of readers were extremely helpful, particularly those that had used tailors personally, as this is an area with a lot of misinf...

New York bespoke tailors – Updated

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January 29th 2019

A glass of red with Kempson and Logsdail

March 26th 2010

There aren’t many bespoke tailors in New York. Even fewer that are younger than 70. Old names like Tony Maurizio, Bill Fioravanti and Nino Corvato have been around for long time and still hold their own, but they are getting on a bit. Leonard L...

A glass of red with Kempson and Logsdail

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I agree about Logsdail being over priced. I have never been there but live in nyc and used to have garments made at Fioravanti when I was in my teens. I stopped once I had some of my late European fathers clothing altere...

March 26th 2010