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Caruso

Store within a store proves a big hit

The Neapolitan tailor – named after founder Raffaele Caruso – has been making suits for the world’s most elegant menswear brands for more than 50 years. But it wasn’t until former Brioni CEO Umberto Angeloni joined the company in 2009 that Caruso flourished. And if you’re after a navy jacket, there’s no better place than what’s informally known as the store’s Blue Blazer Room. Obsessed with sport coats in every shade of azure, Angeloni offers multiple versions each season, from classic soft-shouldered cuts in linen blends to more inventive hooded styles. 

 

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