Thursday, July 30, 2009

Sewn in Brooklyn: The Tailor's Tailor

NY Times Reports:
In a career spanning more than three decades, Martin Greenfield has overseen the stitching and the placement of pockets and seams in tens of thousands of garments, making his name as a tailors' tailor. For years he labored behind the scenes to perfect the set of a sleeve or slant of a pocket for the likes of Bill Clinton, Paul Newman and Michael Bloomberg, whose photos line his office walls. Today his cutters, sewers and patternmakers piece together blazers and tailored hoodies for adventurous labels like Band of Outsiders.
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Martin Greenfield Clothiers
239 Varet St, Brooklyn, NY
(718) 497-5480

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