Krammer & Stoudt Merges Creativity & Expert Tailoring for Made to Measure Program

Krammer & Stoudt is about to introduce a new, cool approach to made-to-measure. In partnership with veteran Brooklyn-based tailor Martin Greenfield and Newark, New Jersey shirtmaker Mitch Gambert, the brand will produce custom fitted tailored clothing right here in the USA. Beginning June 1st, they will be accepting private appointments to take measurements and work with each client on a personal level to select a fabric, fit, and style that will allow him to look sharp while letting his creativity shine through. Suits will range from $1600- $2400, and the average price for a shirt will be $250. They will be hosting special events over the next few months at retailers throughout Brooklyn & NYC; details TBA! Be sure to stop by if you're in New York this summer.
Martin Greenfield Clothiers was founded in 1977 by Mr. Martin Greenfield, who bought the East Williamsburg factory which was built in 1917 from his former employer, GGG Clothes. Mitch Gambert is an expert shirtmaker and son of Mel and Lorraine Gambert, founders of Gambert Shirts. Mr. Greenfield's and Mr. Gambert's many years of experience combined with Krammer & Stoudt designer Mike Rubin's extraordinary artistic vision and attention to detail is sure to result in garments that are fresh and unique.

by seamusa | 2017-05-29 21:31