Zagat 2013

Zagat 2013

The “best tailor left standing”, this East 40s atelier furnishes deep-pocketed sartorialists with “fantastic” bespoke creations “exquisitely” stitched from beautiful fabrics” that “last forever”; truly the man behind the quintessential power broker suit — he designed Michael Douglas’ wardrobe in Wall Street — Flusser’s finery “actually fits your non-model body”; as far as price, “it’s worth it” — wearers report getting “stopped and asked” about their clothing “by strangers.”

Quality
26
Display
24
Service
26
Cost
E

As rated in the 2013 New York City Shopping Guide

Alan Flusser About Alan Flusser

Alan Flusser penned his first article on mens wear for the New York Times in 1976. Since then, his musings on this “rare art of male habilement” have appeared in newspaper, magazine, column, and book form. Book sales have made him the best selling author on the subject.