Women have always had excelled more in style than men, both in weddings and other ceremonies the main focus always falls on women. Nevertheless, this trend is changing with the passage of time, since men are getting to know themselves and are more aware that good looks can be very important. While typing this, I was picturing myself (a stylish lazy-penguin) in a nice suit hm….(a strong mix of interesting neutral colors mixed with warm ones). Although the fashion and style of the suits has changed over the years, the power of a suit to indicate rank and membership still remains – For this, the following post answers the question asking which are the most expensive suits for men in the world!?
1. Stuart Hughes Diamond Edition | Price: $892,500.
2. Alexander Amosu Vanquish II Bespoke | Price: $101,860.
For this occasion the designer Alexander Amosu has used the same fabric that is used to create Brioni’s masterpiece, Vanquish II, a fabric created with qiviuk wool and vicuna mixed with pashmina. What stands out about the Amosu suit are its nine diamond buttons mounted on 18-karat gold and the 5,000 stitches in platinum and gold thread. More than 80 hours were invested in creating style, character and exclusivity.
3. Dormeuil Vanquish II – Price: $95,319.
Beyond its quality, its elegance and cut: there is the excellence of each fiber that achieves a perfect fall. The fabric with which they work creates a free and flowing silhouette. The company revealed the composition of Vanquish II, one of the house’s Premium fabrics along with Royal Qivuik, Kirgzy White, Ambassador, Dorsilk and Fifteen Point Eight.
4. Zoot Suit | Price: $78,000.
This striped zoot suit sold for $ 78,000 at a New York auction called ‘Augusta Auctions’ in 2011. Found by an old buyer, it comes from the WWII era. To date, the identity of the buyer is unknown.
5. William Westmancott Ultimate Bespoke | Price: $75,000.
William Westmancot is one of Savile Row’s most famous tailors, using a unique technique he created the best tailored suit using a fabric woven in a traditional English mill. The fabric is so expensive that Wetmancott first made a sample suit to make sure the pattern was perfect. He spent almost 200 hours in the workshop to come up with a perfect sample that brought together the power of both the fabric and his technique. Photo courtesy of StyleForum.
6. Kiton K-50 | Price: $60,000.
Enzo Diorsi likes to work alone to create the best Kiton luxury suit, he is willing to travel anywhere in the world to take measurements for his client. The Kiton K-50 suit is made from merino wool from sheep raised in Australia and New Zealand. The name of the suit comes from the 50 hours that Diorsi invests in each of its creations.
7. Desmond Merrion Supreme Bespoke | Price: $47,500.
8. Brioni Vanquish II | Price: $43,000.
Known as one of the best bespoke clothing manufacturers in the world, Brioni makes bespoke suits using fabrics made from exotic fibers such as vicuña, pashmina and qiviuk.
9. World Wood Record Challenge Cup Suits | Price: $28,000.
The fabric or the star product of Loro Piano in Colombia is stretch fabric, from a line that we call Moving and it has two characteristics; it conforms to the body and has an anti-stain treatment, so it is the perfect suit for traveling because the garment returns to its natural shape at night while the person sleeps. Practicality is key for the client in Colombia
10. Ermenegildo Zegna Bespoke | Price: $22,000.
The craftsmanship that has characterized the prestigious Ermenegildo Zegna house for so many years is not only found in its tailor-made suits, but also in its ready-to-wear collections. From a collection of more than 700 fabrics made with the most precious fibers in the world, Zegna carefully selects them to create its collections.
11. The Fioravanti Suit | Price: $20,000.
The price of these suits is justified by their creator Fioravanti, who not only customizes them to the client’s taste, but they are also made to measure in the facilities where they have been taken from the client. They also use a fabric over 200 thread count, Fioravanti takes an average of 50 hours to design and craft these luxurious outfits.
12. Brook’s Brothers | Price: $14,500.
Personalization has no limits. These suits not only feature the finest blend of 200s merino wool and Mongolian woven cashmere, but the name of the gentleman who ordered the suit will be spun on the edge of the fabric. The fabric is made by master weavers on looms over 100 years old, from Huddesfiels, England.