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Statement Suits

  1. Mr Draper embodies the quintessential 1960's persona of male identity - hedonistic, but enduringly captivating and masculine. As the suave and sophisticated ad-man, Don Draper's wardrobe reflects his character perfectly. In his usual light grey and white tones, cool colours are a must for this cool character.
  2. As wardrobe's go, this one's minimal. Roger wears the same immaculately cut charcoal suit for almost the entire feature. The suit is a flawless encapsulation of Roger's trademark perfect style (Saville Row tailoring, gorgeous fabric, pocket square). There's also an argument that North by Northwest is a movie about what happens to the suit, not Roger - and it's this charcoal suit that holds up better under pressure.
  3. The Pacific Ocean is big, larger than all of the land on earth combined. Living up to its namesake The Pacific Blue Suit makes a big statement.
  4. Once in a Blue Moon... is a common way of saying not very often, and even though you probably won't have the opportunity to wear this tuxedo too often you will be making a statement when you do!
  5. The Burgundy dinner suit is a serious head-turner for those looking to make a entrance and leave as lasting impression.
  6. Roma, as a millennium-long centre of power, culture (having been the cradle of one of the globe's greatest civilisations ever) and religion, has exerted a huge influence over the world in its roughly 2800 years of existence. Treat yourself to bit of 'La Dolce Vita' with this Italian Wool dinner suit.
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