It’s going to make a comeback, though. We’ve got a good feeling.
Thanks to Suitsupply, a new penthouse operation from the European suit purveyors with tailor-made shirts and pants and a foosball situation on the rooftop terrace, now open in South Beach. (Take a look right over here.)
Yes, Suitsupply has brought its sharp-looking wares to our fine city. The likes of which have been worn by Bruno Mars and Tim Gunn—if that sort of thing matters to you. Anyway, makes for good enough reason to consider the following:
—This is a 4,000-square-foot glass-enclosed suiting mecca that uses Italian fabrics like Vitale Barberis Canonico and Ferla. Browse away.
—The rows upon rows of collared shirts. They’re made from Egyptian cotton and French linen from Italian mills.
—Brown leather derby shoes. Italian calf suede loafers. All designed in-house and made by Antonio Maurizi in Italy.
—Expertly altered pants (or shirts, or suits…) thanks to your friendly on-site tailor.
—The outdoor terrace: 1,700 square feet of palm trees, coconut water, beer and foosball antics while you wait for the aforementioned alterations.