British tailor Lutwyche begins stitching across the pond

Stitch by stitch, New Yorkers are getting less schlubby. British-based bespoke and ready-to-wear men’s tailor, Lutwyche, is joining Manhattan’s custom suiting renaissance with it’s first shop on U.S. soil.

Lutwyche just signed on for 2,950 square feet on the third floor at 717-719 Madison Avenue, according to the New York Post. The space boasts tall French doors, high ceilings and a rear patio.

The brand is named after designer Tony Lutwyche, who founded his company in in London’s Mayfair neighborhood, where he took over a 1930s hand-tailoring workshop.

Meanwhile, if you want to see how a real sartorial perfectionist dresses in NYC, check out this video of legendary journalist Gay Talese.