Brioni takes on the ultimate sartorial challenge- Michelangelo’s David

This season, the Brioni Master Tailors demonstrate the boundless possibilities of the Bespoke service by taking on the ultimate sartorial challenge – to perfectly craft a suit for an iconic silhouette with stately dimensions

Long recognized as the “menswear of choice” for the iconic and powerful

Brioni’s VIP Tailor is available to make a nip and tuck to your personal Brioni collection.

Professional athletes, celebrities, leaders, entrepreneurs chose the brand that sets meticulous standards for its craft. The height of men’s sartorial excellence, a Brioni Bespoke item is built on unparalleled craftsmanship and exclusive fabrics.

The BRIONI Method

Every suit is the result of the Brioni method. This process, unique to the company, requires 220 steps and more than 22 hours of effective workmanship, and all while under the supervision of tailoring experts. Each suit comes to life due to absolute precision, as well as upwards of 6000 handmade hidden stitches. Subsequently, the Brioni suit caresses the body lightly and molds the figure.

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The Bespoke fabric selection offers over 800 variations of wool, light cashmere, silk, and a light Super 200s wool. In addition, their full-range variety also counts for lapel shape, buttons, lining, shirt collar, and cuff.

Any Brioni store accommodates your choice – be it of model or cut, fabric or fit. Furthermore, you can complete your look in the privacy and comfort of the VIP room to exemplify your sense of style.

Brioni Bespoke

“The World of Bespoke” Worth Avenue Salon, October 4th-6th

To Schedule an Appointment

Brioni’s Bespoke Events book early and orchestrate their appointments accordingly. As a result, each take approximately one hour to 90 minutes.

For information on the Palm Beach Bespoke Event, please contact Thomas Esparza at 561.650.0030.

Email Thomas to schedule an appointment to suit your calendar, as well as your style.

Celebrity-studded event benefits The American Cancer Society November 14th

Jack and Barbara Nicklaus will be the guests of honor at its 50th Annual 19th Hole Club event on November 14, 2018 in Palm Beach, Florida to benefit the American Cancer Society. This year’s event will be held on The Breakers garden-like Front Lawn in a lush, tropical setting.

Started in 1968 with Jack Nicklaus, Julius Boros, Bob Hope and Perry Como, the annual event has been hosted by more than 80 different professional golfers and other celebrities with the aim of raising funds for cancer research, education and service. Over the past fifty years, the program has included exhibition golf matches, luncheons and clinics. It’s now celebrated with an evening social soirée and recognized as one of Palm Beach’s “must attend” affairs.

Jack Nicklaus“Barbara and I are honored to be a part of the 19th Hole Club’s five decades since we first became involved in this special cancer-fighting initiative,” said Nicklaus. “Like so many others, we have been touched by cancer and we are hopeful for the day that we can end the pain and suffering of cancer.”

Arlette Gordon, chairman of the American Cancer Society’s Palm Beach Board of Trustees commented, “We’re thrilled to have the “Golden Bear” returning with his wife Barbara as our Guests of Honor this year as we celebrate the event’s golden anniversary. Jack and Barbara have been dedicated and generous partners in the fight against cancer since Jack first help launch the event in 1968.  We’re looking forward to honoring them this year for their continued support in the fight against cancer.”

In addition to Arlette Gordon, the event’s Host Committee includes Cindy Cerone, Diana and Llwyd Ecclestone, Toby Hartz, Homer Marshman, Jr., Tom Quick, Renee and Donald Scott, and Cory Valentine.

The 2018 19th Hole Club is presented by Addison Hines Charitable Trust and will feature elaborate food stations, a glow-in-the-dark putting contest, chipping contest and a remote-controlled car ‘driving’ contest.  Event corporate partners include NetJets, Braman MotorcarsHamilton Jewelers and Meat Market restaurants.

The 19th Hole Club raises money through memberships, which start at $1,500. Memberships include participation in the November 14 event and all other members-only events throughout the year.  A limited amount of $100 gift certificates to Meat Market Palm Beach are available for those purchasing tickets before September 15.

For more information about the event contact Michelle Jaminet at American Cancer Society (telephone 561.655.3449; email michelle.jaminet@cancer.org) or visit www.19thHoleClub.com.

Meat Market’s Sebastien Tribout to run at NYC Marathon for Autism Speaks

The buzz is on!! Donations and RSVPS were coming in BEFORE invitations were sent out!  Largely due to the impressive roster of Palm Beach residents who joined forces to help Meat Market’s Sebastien Tribout raise funds for Autism Speaks as he prepares to run on behalf of Autism Speaks.   The kick off celebration will take place at Meat Market on Wednesday, September 20th from 6-8 pm.

Sebastien Tribout and Josh Sagman

” A very special thanks to our generous Host Committee, patrons and sponsors who have not only spread the word, but have helped us raise over $4,000 three weeks prior the actual event,” said Sebastien Tribout.

“I (Maribel) would like to personally thank our generous donors and first responders Marla and Steve Garchik; Diana & Llwyd Ecclestone; Carlos & Renee Morrison, Marzia Precoda, Ann Neville, Shelley Menin, Afsy & Carter Potash, the Galarza Family, Molly & Warren Robbins, Susana & Paco Gil, Brandy Guthrie, Michelle Jaminet, Nick and Molly Mele,  for triggering the domino effect that followed!  Please feel free to bring guests.  The seated area in the lounge will be reserved for you!

Highlights of the event include Tito’s specialty cocktails, Chef Sean Brasel’s culinary samplings, fabulous raffle and silent auction items including an Emilio Pucci silk scarf, carved green onyx drop earrings from Hamilton Jewelers, 100 grams of Russian oscietra from Black River Caviar and a 23 year old bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon.

Minimum suggested donation is $20 and may be paid at the door.  We do expect a large crowd, so if you do plan to attend, kindly click here so that we can help check in go as smoothly as possible.

Check out a few of our auction and raffle items below!