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Martin Greenfield is the owner of Martin Greenfield Clothiers, a Brooklyn-based company where Greenfield has been making hand-tailored men’s suits for over sixty years. GQ has called him “America’s greatest living tailor.” The New York Times has hailed him as “the influential face of men’s fashion in New York City.” Reuters named him “the most interesting man in the world.” Greenfield was born in Pavlovo, Czechoslovakia. He and his family were rounded up in 1943 and brought to the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. After he was liberated from the camp in 1945, he searched for his family for two years—only to discover they had died in the camp. Greenfield immigrated to New York City at the age of nineteen and started work sweeping the floor of GGG Clothing, a clothing manufacturer in Brooklyn. Three decades later, he bought the factory from his employer and renamed the company Martin Greenfield Clothiers. Now a celebrated leader of the men’s fashion industry, Greenfield has designed custom suits for Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, as well as countless celebrities, including Paul Newman, Martin Scorsese, Denzel Washington, Jimmy Fallon, and Leonardo DiCaprio. His company produces suit lines for Donna Karan, Brooks Brothers, Rag & Bone, and Neiman Marcus, as well as the wardrobes for critically acclaimed films and television shows like Wall Street, Argo, and Boardwalk Empire.

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Extended Sample Measure of a Man  by Martin Greenfield
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