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Men's Formalwear Directory

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Ralph Lauren

867 Madison Ave., at 72nd St. (various locations); 212-606-2100;

Ralph Lauren’s classic Purple Label tuxedo comes in luxurious wool ($5,295), and the slim-cut Black Label option starts at $2,295. Polo tuxedo styles are comparative bargains at $1,595.


222 Park Ave. S., at 18th St.; 212-777-7400;

This independent store carries suits ($495 to $1,795) and tuxedos ($595 to $1,795) by big-name menswear designers like Canali and Hugo Boss. Jack Victor designs are especially popular with aisle-bound guys. Made-to-measure suits start at $895. (good value)

Saint Laurie Merchant Tailors

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

It usually takes four to six weeks for this old-school tailor to make a custom suit (from $1,595 to $2,095), but the shop can accommodate rush orders.

Seize sur Vingt

78 Greene St., nr. Spring St.; 212-625-1620;

This classy Soho atelier melds the old-school tailor experience with a modern design sensibility. Crisp ready-to-wear suits start at $1,020, made-to-measure designs at $1,220. Off-the-rack tuxedos start at $1,750 and custom at $3,500.

Thom Browne

100 Hudson St., nr. Franklin St.; 212-633-1197;

This edgy designer is well-known for his handmade garments and signature cropped pants. Customers can choose from his existing line (from $2,200) or have a suit made to measure.

Tom Ford

845 Madison Ave., nr. 70th St.; 212-359-0300;

The fashion set turns to Ford for the sexiest suits around. Of late, the coveted line features a selection of custom suiting, including made-to-measure suits starting at $5,000. Also available are shirts starting at $790, and footwear at $1,290.

Turnbull & Asser

50 E. 57th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-752-5700;

This venerable British shirtmaker is famous for its single-breasted peaked-lapel tuxedos. Offerings include both ready-made (from $3,750) and made-to-measure (from $4,300). Allow six to eight weeks for custom work.

White Chalk

240 Mulberry St., nr. Prince St.; 212-226-6544;

For modern grooms who want to stand out, British expat Aaron Black’s sleek atelier sells offbeat ready-to-wear (from $1,850) and full bespoke (from $3,500) suits in luxurious English fabrics. White Chalk once did a custom silk-pajama suit for a groom, and it also offers a range of colorful handmade ties and pocket squares.


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