The Neapolitan Style

Cesare Attolini invented the Neapolitan style of tailoring in the 1930s, which features a lapel that rolls naturally from two or three buttons, hand-sewn pick-stitching at the edges, and a lighter, softer construction that feels like a second skin. 

Attolini has opened up their first outpost at 67th and Madison in New York City, where you can go under the measuring-tape as well as shop for a variety of ready-made Attolini garments.

-- Stephen Pulvirent

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