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Most Expensive Tuxedos In The World

Tuesday, Aug 17, 2021, 9:13 am

1.Dolce & Gabbana $2,195

Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabanna met in Milan in 1980, working for the same fashion house. Two years later they opened their own designer consulting studio, presenting their first women's collection in 1985 in Milan. At the end of the 90's the company sales were about $500,00 million, with revenue reaching $633,200,000 in 2003.

2.Givenchy - $2,495

Hubert de Givenchy founded the House of givenchy in 1952, a luxury French brand of clothing as well as perfumes and accessories. Audrey Hepburn was one of its most famous ambassadors, wearing Givenchy clothes on and off screen. The brand caught the eye of other high profile celebrities and skyrocketed to become one of the most well known high end brands in the world.

3.Issey Miyake $2,800

Studying graphic design in Tokyo, Japan, Issey Mikaye went on to work in Paris and New York City. The fashion hubs transformed him and he created the Miyake Design Studio in 1970. Using his graphic designed skills, he created a line that was sleek and modern. Remember the black turtlenecks that Apple founder Steve Jobs wore. That was Issey Mikaye.

4.Jay Kos $2,800

Known for his colors and patterns, Jay Kos likes to combine old and new styles to create unique new styles. Based in New york he uses vintage fabrics to create modern designs. His clients are edgy and hip, such as rappers and hip hop artists, but his designs also appeal to businessmen who wants some flair.

5.Oxxford Clothes $3,000

Jacob and Louis Weinberg founded Oxxford Clothins in 1916, a class line of tuxedoes and suits. The company has gone on to win awards such as Best Suit in 2007 in the Robb Report and Best American Suit in Forbes Magazine in 2001. Still going strong, the price tag is in a sweet spot, not too expensive, but not too cheap.

6.Anderson & Sheppard $3,100

Founder Per Anderson created the London cut for Anderon & Sheppard, a company that began in 1906. The London cut is known for its generous upper sleeves and small armholes, which allows the jacket to sit close to the neck without bunching up when moving the arms. Big names such as Fred Astaire and Laurence Olivier have been seen an and Anderson & Sheppard suit.

7.Ralph Lauren $3,295

Ralph Lauren became popular with his Polo brand, and today is worth $6.5 billion. His first store specialized in neckties, getting help from Brooks Brothers and Norman Hilton. Once he got his start there was no stopping him or his brand of clothing. From every day clothes to tuxedos and dresses, Ralph Lauren is a name most designers aspire to be.


8.Giorgio Armani $3,595

Everyone knows the name Georgio Armani and his fine clothing. Why? Because he has dressed some of the biggest stars with his clothing appearing in blockbuster movies. Richard Gere wore Armani in American Gigolo. His clothes are expensive, but a status symbol for the rich and famous.

9.Bottega Veneta $3,800

Bought by the Gucci Group in 2001, Bottega Veneta is a menswear company based in Italy and is part of the Kerig Group in France. With its first runway show in 2006, the company is distributed worldwide and is known for its no-log designs and its leather goods as well.


10.Canali $4,200

Giovanni and Giacomo Canali specialize in making men's clothing. Their shop opened their doors for the first time in 1934 and became very popular in 1950. Now making over 1400 suits per day, the company was bought out by the Brioni Group in 1993 and the Kering Group bought Brioni in 2011.

11.Brioni $48,000

If you're a James Bond, as played by Pierce Brosnan, lover than you may want to also love a Bironi Tuxedo. Specializing in handmade suites, Gaetano Savini and Nazareno Fonticoli started their company in 1945, and today their suits are some of the most expensive you can buy. If you can afford to drop $48,000 you can get a suit that is stitched with white gold.


12.Kiton $50,000

Imagine paying $50,000 for a tuxedo. That what a Kiton tuxedo can cost. The K50 is the top of the line Kiton tux, that is tailor made. The luxury clothing has been around since 1956 when Ciro Paone and Antonio Carola opened shop in Naples, Italy. Not al their tuxes are as expensive as the K50.


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