Thursday, 20 September 2012

Business suits, the luxury way

The business suit, a traditional outfit of the corporate male in the Western world, most commonly worn with shirt and tie. The modern suit first appeared in fashion during the late 19th century. While the style of suits have changed throughout the years, the suit’s power to signal rank and authority maintains steadily. Because of this, we are deemed to wonder, what are the most expensive suits in the world?

Even if you have your expensive suits made to measure from Savile Row, or have custom Kiton or Zegna in your wardrobe, your suits will likely pale in comparison to the following pricey pieces.

 Brioni Vanquish II

In 2009, Brioni (undoubtedly the most renown tailored clothing manufacturer on the face of this earth) released, a real 6-star piece of a suit, the Brioni Vanquish II. The suits are of course made-to-fit-perfect and the fabric is woven from the world's most exotic fibers such as vicuna, pashmina and qiviuk. Do yoyu want one in your wardrobe but to busy to visit them for measuring? They can even fly an employee to you for the fitting-job!
 Alexander Amosu

Ultimate luxury designer Alexander Amosu’s extravagant suit creation uses the same fabric, the Vanquish II, that Brioni’s masterpiece uses. What sets Amosu’s suit apart is 9 diamond button set in true 18-carat gold. The suit, which takes up to 80 hours to make also contains 5,000 stitches of platinum and gold threads. How's that for luxury-wear! At more then a 100k, this millionaire's suit will definately impress each and everyone you meet!

R. Jewels Diamond Edition

Stuart Hughes and Richard Jewels have crafted the world’s most expensive suit, the R. Jewels Diamond Edition. The suit is made from a blend of Cashmere wool and silk and contains over 480 diamonds. Each gem is half a carat for a total of 240 carats of bling! Wow!