520 Madison Ave., New York, NY, 10022
nr. 54th St.
By joeystacks on 8/17/2010
The first time I bought clothes from this designer I was in Rome, Italy. At that time, they didn't even have a store in the United States. I think they had one and a half guys in the store that spoke English. I bought three dress shirts and a sport coat. I have loved all four articles of clothing to pieces; literally, until there are holes in them. It took roughly seven years to do it. But the sport coat and the thickest fabric shirt are still exist in my closet and get worn. First, the cut of their shirts is more European. Meaning most American's would not fit in them because they are too fat. At some times during the seven years I've owned their clothes I didn't fit into them either. They aren't for everybody. I don't know if the company as changed the cut of their clothes since then but this was the case when I bought them. Next, the style. I have gotten compliments on all but one shirt; repeatedly, year after year. The outlier is a dark blue shirt pretty plain compared to the others. Still a sharp looking shirt but now compliments. All the clothes look very Italian. Lastly, I cannot write this review without saying this: they are so far ahead of the curve in fashion it is scary. This is the real reason to buy these clothes. I bought a light pink shirt from them before guys in the US started wearing effeminate colors like pink and purple. I didn't want to wear it often when I first bought it. Flash forward three years -- now everyone rocks them.
By interista on 4/27/2010
While the Eredi Pisano store appears at first to be a high end clothier, they are nothing of the sort. I have had numerous problems with the wearability of suits and pants. The quality is poor, yet the price is high. The worst part is the attitude of the staff. They, especially the manager, are condescending, arrogant and completely lacking in any sense of customer service. I would keep away!
By MAC1972 on 4/25/2005
Eredi Pisano provides a superb combination of classic Italian-ware and modern fabrics with bold accents. Appropriately located on Madison Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, the friendly international staff shows off the store's impressive threads, big spread collars, thick-knotted ties, sharp pointed shoes, and the ever classy pocket square. They know how to combine and blend patterns that very few would dare attempt, unless a professional. If you are the quintessential conservative dresser, spice up your wardrobe by visiting one of Rome's best kept secrets in New York.