Paul Stuart

A Madison Avenue institution, Paul Stuart was founded in 1938 by cousins Ralph and Norman Ostrove, who sought to bring Savile Row-standard tailoring to Manhattan. The brand is also known for soft-shouldered, Italian-style jackets, and for creating clothes that make men look naturally affluent, never staid. Frank Sinatra and Paul Newman were regulars. The Paul Stuart logo features a fictional character sitting on a fence at Yale, the perfect expression of the brand’s dual-appeal to both aspirant and establishment customers.