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Founded in the 1930s, this high-end Italian menswear brand has opened its first stateside boutique in a 2,500-square-foot duplex. Inside the minimalist, airy space, you’ll encounter sportswear ($1,500–$5,500) and accessories ($250–$1,500). More than 130 tailors hand-make both ready-to-wear ($4,500–$8,500) and bespoke ($5,500–$10,500) pieces in the Attolini family’s factory in Naples. The garments will cost you a pretty penny, but guys’ closets will stay classy forever with wool-and-cashmere double-breasted suits ($5,700), spread-collar dress shirts ($525) and polka-dot silk ties ($225).