Named after a cluster of Croatian islands, the Italian fashion house Brioni has built its reputation by crafting handmade men’s suits stylish enough to satisfy the likes of power execs, A-list celebrities and a gentleman named Bond — James Bond. Currently a property of PPR, the French holding company that owns Gucci, Balenciaga, and other esteemed luxury brands, Brioni was founded in 1945 by Rome-based tailor Nazareno Fonticoli and businessman Gaetano Savini and instantly won acclaim for its chic two-piece offerings. Whether it’s a basic black tuxedo or a striped grey suit, Brioni’s fine threads feature impeccable tailoring (each suit takes up to 35 hours to finish) and the highest quality wool fabrics. In addition to suits, Brioni also produces dress shirts, ties, leather shoes and accessories, and women’s clothing.
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