Jack Victor has mastered the art of tailoring fine-quality suits for discriminating gentlemen. Currently directed by Alan Victor, Jack’s grandson, this family-owned business has produced men’s clothing at its Montreal facility since its founding in 1913 — subjecting each suit to a rigorous 300-step construction and finishing process. Classically inspired but finished with trim, modern cuts, each Jack Victor suit features top-notch components such as Italian canvassing, Japanese Bemberg cupro linings, and high-end wool and cotton fabrics. From sleek pants to striped, plaid, and solid-color tuxedos, Jack Victor’s collection epitomizes timeless style.
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