The perfect tuxedo.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN MIDNIGHT BLUE. ORDER HER AND COMMENT BLUE.
Magnificent in color, cut and hand-sewn detail. This classic tuxedo was designed and hand made in New York City. Not that far in fact from the cultural roots of the Tuxedo - Tuxedo Park just north of the city. Where the tuxedo was born as an answer to what to wear in slightly less formal dinner circumstances than tails or white tie. Originally simply a twist on the afternoon cocktail suit, the tuxedo became the de rigeur piece for formal dinners as more formal attire was relegated to state and other functions.
This tuxedo is cut from the finest lightweight English wool & mohair, milled in Huddersfield in England, complimented by 100% silk lapels and details, our signature smoking skull lining, and covered silk buttons. Single button, 4" peaked lapel, double vented and with our signature Gentleman Rogue™ pockets. We'll even hand stitch the surgeon's cuff button holes for you in a color to suit. There's also a little natural stretch in this particular wool, so your lines will be even more streamlined than usual should you have a few too many vol-au-vents or glasses of that fine claret on offer. Hand cut, stitched and finished in New York City. The perfect tuxedo for any event where you want to stand out from the crowd.
Let's face it. You know when a tuxedo is required. For us that would be dinner every night. Or the odd cocktail at the bar at Balthazar or some other suitable watering hole. For you it may be a wedding, cocktail party, charity gig, or just because you like wearing it at breakfast on the yacht.
Every Gentlman Rogue™ also knows that when you absolutely, positively have to go full James Bond, there is no substitute. Created by the New York elite who hung out in Tuxedo Park and diligently worn by aristocrats, grooms, goons and the odd dumb waiter in some form ever since. Which is why you need to take care where yours is from. Lest someone at the event you are attending asks you to take their glass, or God forbid, for another canapé.
Trouser waist is a 6" drop from chest size (so e.g. a 40 jacket has a 34 waist trouser.)