Dolce & Gabbana isn't quitting its courtship of millennial influencers anytime soon. On Saturday, A-list offspring, social media celebs and the 20-something It crowd flocked to Milan to fill the front row and storm the catwalk at the Italian fashion house's Fall 2017 men's show.
Once upon a time, in the not-so-distant past, the world used to tune in every week to watch rich and powerful families feuding. Long before the dawn of reality TV shows, this was when glamorous soap operas still ruled the planet, and one show dominated them all: Dallas
D. Jones' Bench-Made suit making process uses all of the measurements, art and preferences of custom suit making, but your suit is made by a tailor and a sewing machine with hand finishing. Bench-made suits are handmade, therefore, they are luxury suits for men.
'Our client's image is our business. We provide the wardrobe that will make you the best dressed person in whatever room you walk into', says Jay Lombardo, the owner of Lombardo Custom Apparel. A Dallas-based brand, which for the past 25 years dresses Politicians, CEOs, Entertainers and Super Bowl Champions.
Based in Dallas, TX, the D.Jones mission is to change the way men look at style, one relationship, one detail at a time. Every garment, whether an entire suit or just one shirt, is 100% bench-made custom made using our patented 40-point measuring system, ensuring a perfect fit for each client we serve. Their luxury menswear lines are some of the finest custom suits in the world.
It all started in 1920 when Mike Culwell’s grandfather, W.E. Culwell, founded Culwell & Son as a shop that pressed men’s suits. Dallas was a different place back then — the streets weren’t always paved and a good suit from Sears cost some $28. As the city grew, Dallas businessman began demanding better clothing. W.E. responded and the Varsity Shop was born. Here, the businessman of Dallas could find outstanding suits for the then unheard of price of $45.