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About Martin Greenfield

Just because Martin Greenfield has been making men’s suits at the same Brooklyn factory for more than six decades doesn’t mean he’s old-fashioned. Often called “America’s top tailor,” Greenfield produces handmade suits, coats, pants, and tuxedos for CFDA award-winning fashion labels such as Band of Outsiders and Rag & Bone, (a few, lucky) New York City power players, and Hollywood royals. Each label and customer has its own requirements for fabric and fit, but they all come to Martin Greenfield Clothiers for one thing: unparalleled craftsmanship. Greenfield’s commitment to quality is certainly why Gilt asked him to create an exclusive suiting collection.

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Sale Ended November 09, 2011

Burberry Prorsum & Martin Greenfield - 11/7/2011

Top-notch style from both sides of the pond is the name of the game in this sale from Brooklyn’s favorite haberdasher and Britain’s iconic fashion house. Cover the classic end of the spectrum with masterfully cut suits, trousers, and jackets from Martin Greenfield, or punch things up a notch with modern picks by Burberry Prorsum. You really can’t go wrong with either—or both.

Sale Ended June 19, 2013

Martin Greenfield - 6/17/2013

Summer weddings call for summer-weight suits and you’ll find plenty of those on display from the storied Brooklyn tailor. Featuring an updated fit, this sale has plenty of options to have you the best dressed man at the reception (besides the guy getting married) — think elegant khaki and black seersucker suits, chambray jackets, and more.

Sale Ended May 03, 2014

Office to Evening Style

Suits, shirts, bags, and more that transition effortlessly between on duty and off.

Sale Ended October 18, 2014

The Perfect Fall Sportcoat

Elegance meets ease: a selection of jackets and blazers by brands like Boglioli, Corneliani, and Valentino.

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