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Why It's Important For Your Brand That Giorgio Armani Dressed George Clooney For His Wedding

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Why It's Important For Your Brand That Giorgio Armani Dressed George Clooney For His Wedding

Giorgio Armani, now 80 years old, has his name on every type of product from jeans to hotels to swimwear to perfume. He found it important to make this announcement himself at his Milan Fashion Week show when a vast amount of press was present. We all know George Clooney as a very successful actor with two Oscars. It’s known that the two are friends.

What can we learn from this announcement? Is it just another pop culture, fashion blurb that the press will milk day in and day out until we see the photos? Is there something telling about his announcement that we could use for our own brands?

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Interview Suit : What Should You Wear?

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Interview Suit : What Should You Wear?

Is this your first interview? If it is your first time going on an interview the same rules apply as if it were your tenth time. What should you wear as an interview suit? Is an interview suit different from a regular business suit?

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Double Breasted Suit : A Study In Design

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Double Breasted Suit : A Study In Design

It has been a few years since I have worn a double breasted suit.  In the early 1990s, that ‘s the only design of suit that I wore and felt comfortable in.  Every suit I owned was a double breasted.   For many years now I have been wearing single breasted suits.  Periodically, I would come into contact with a “DB “ suit and would try it on and look in the mirror.  This would usually occur at a clothing factory or showroom where there were samples available to try.  The suit felt comfortable and has a commanding presence about it.  

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A NOTE FROM THE FOUNDER

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A NOTE FROM THE FOUNDER

In this first blog post, I want you to know that I made this site for you.  It pains me to know that men are buying low quality clothing.  Even worse, low quality clothing with high prices.  Retail store clerks with very little experience in the field of men's fashion and tailoring are giving out expert advice.  On the internet there are many bloggers, You Tubers and entrepreneurs that only regard men's fashion as their hobby or have just recently begun to have their own sense of style and call themselves experts. 

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