Best of Boston

2014 BEST Men's Clothing, Fine


Originally established as a fine menswear store, this Boston institution is now run by fourth-generation purveyor Debi Greenberg, who continues the family tradition by offering made-to-measure suits, ties, and shoes from Kiton, Belvest, Massimo Bizzocchi, and Valentini. (Designers from these iconic brands and others previewed their fall collections at a two-day Louis event in May.) And yet the selection here is ever-changing and always-eevolving, with refined pieces from sartorial up-and-comers like Ami and recent CFDA Fashion Award winner Tim Coppens.

60 Northern Ave. Boston 617-262-6100

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