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Men's Formalwear Directory

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724 Fifth Ave., nr. 56th St., and various locations; 212-664-0010;

Narrow black suits (from $2,800), dress shirts (about $375), and nylon accessories are staples at Prada. The single tuxedo, with a three-button jacket, is $3,100. Streamlined tailoring is worth the splurge.


4315 Queens St., Long Island City; 718-349-2070

Rocco Ciccarelli makes clothing for other tailors all over the city-he’ll also make a suit, jacket, and overcoat for clients directly. With well over 1,000 fabrics to choose from, grooms are sure to find what they want. Prices upon request.

Ralph Lauren

867 Madison Ave., at 72nd St.; 212-606-2100;

Ralph Lauren’s Purple Label tuxedo comes in superluxurious wool with silk lapels ($4,000), and the Black Label tuxedo, a slim-cut flat-front version, starts at $1,995. Any of the three Polo styles of tuxedo are a downright bargain at $1,095.


200 Park Ave. S., at 17th St.; 212-777-7400;

This independent, user-friendly store carries suits ($395 to $1,795) and tuxedos ($395 to $1,695) by big-name menswear designers like Canali, Hugo Boss, and Ted Baker. Zegna suits are especially popular.

Saint Laurie Merchant Tailors

22 W. 32nd St., nr. Fifth Ave., fifth fl.; 212-643-1916;

Grooms can expect to find modern, smart styles at this old-school tailor. It takes four to six weeks to make suits ($1,500 to $2,000), but they can do rush orders.

Salvatore Ferragamo

655 Fifth Ave., at 52nd St.; 212-759-3822;

Ferragamo has three styles of sleek suits (from $1,300). Tuxedo options range from basic black ($2,450) to a trendy navy velvet, two-button, notch-lapel version ($2,400). And their vast catalogue of ties make for superb groomsmen gifts.

Seize sur Vingt

243 Elizabeth St., nr. Prince St.; 212-343-0476;

Hipsters swear by Seize sur Vingt’s specialty: crisp, tailored dress shirts in a spectrum of colors. For formal weddings, grooms can get ready-to-wear suits (from $1,700), made-to-measure suits (from $2,500), or one of four custom tuxedos (from $3,000).

Thom Browne

100 Hudson St., nr. Franklin St.; 212-414-8882;

Thom Browne designs sleek, cool suits-mostly cropped at the ankle, with narrow lapels-that stand out in a sea of buttoned-up guys. Grooms can choose from his existing line (from $3,800), or suits are made to measure, by appointment.

Thomas Pink

520 Madison Ave., at 53rd St., and various locations; 212-838-1928;

They offer an array of cuff links, cummerbunds, and bow ties, but this outfitter is most famous for its handsome shirts. The best-selling option is the Marcella ($105). Grooms shouldn’t forget to ask about the made-to-order wedding collection.

Turnbull & Asser

42 E. 57th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 877-887-6285;

This Britain-based shirtmaker is famous for its single-breasted, peak-lapel tuxedo in a wool-and-cashmere blend. It offers ready-made (from $2,950) and made-to-measure versions (from $3,650). Allow at least eight to ten weeks.

Yohji Yamamoto

103 Grand St., at Mercer St.; 212-966-9066; 1 Gansevoort St., nr. Eighth Ave.

Yamamoto doesn’t carry tuxedos, but hip grooms go for his no-frills gabardine suits (from $2,000). The shop also stocks Italian-made, narrow-cut suits (from $2,000). Alterations not included.

Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche

3 E. 57th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-980-2970;

YSL’s collection is filled with sleek silhouettes. Three-button wool suits start at $1,700; two-button peak-lapel tuxedos start at $2,700.


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