I have had the pleasure of visiting Bellucci Napoli while in NYC. This is an amazing venture. The detail in the tailoring and in the business décor depicts the love for style and fashion.
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Owner and designer Nedo Bellucci honed his craft as a bespoke seamster in his hometown of Naples, Italy. After opening his first custom menswear shop in Midtown East in 2007, he’s moved his operation into three floors of a luxury high-rise building just down the street. The elevator brings customers to the production level, where you’ll pass tailors cutting and sewing on your way to a spiral staircase. One floor up, you'll encounter a fitting room featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, wooden trunks, leather sofas and oversize mirrors. Here, customers can browse roughly 3,000 fabric swatches and trims sourced from Naples, and begin their made-to-order process. The top floor is reserved as a lounge area, with a whiskey bar that serves complimentary drinks, additional seating and an outdoor terrace boasting a view of midtown. Two-piece suits generally range from $3,000 to $5,000, and shirts, including solid and patterned fabrics and contrast-color stitching, are $350–$700. Accessories, such as silk ties ($95–$230), leather bags ($1,200–$2,000) and Talarico wooden-handled umbrellas ($395–$600), which are exclusive to the store, are displayed throughout. You'll have your handmade goods in four to six weeks, following two fittings.
Bellucci Napoli 5 E 57th St