Top 5 Most Expensive Suits
- Category: Luxury
- Created on Thursday, 07 February 2013 03:14
- Written by Emily Lawrence
The suits are a traditional form of men’s formal clothes in the Western world. The current styles were founded during the early 19th century. A suit can make a man look more stylish and outstanding. Of course there are cheap ones that can’t make much for you, but there are also expensive suits that will make you look like a king. Believe it or not, Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent or Giorgio Armani are not even in the Top 5 of the Most Expensive Suits In The World.
This one is a very expensive Italian Suit Brand. Gucci is well known for its sense of fashion design. The suits from this brand starts at $2,000. One of the best suits from Gucci, with Jacquard stitching and Grey stripe was bought for $2,600.
4. Ermenegildo Zegna
This is an Italian luxury fashion house, specialized in men’s clothing. They manufacture suits for brands such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford as well. The prices for a Ermenegildo Zegna’s suit are between $2,500 and $22.000.
Kiton is an Italian luxury, bespoke clothing founded in 1956. There are two lines of ready-to-wear suits: the “classic line”, with prices between $ 7,000 and $8,000, and the “CIPA 1960″ line, introduced in 2010, starting at $5,500. A Kiton suit is one of the most luxurious things you can wear, but for the truly discerning man, there’s also the K50, so called because that’s how many are made each year. The price of the Kiton K50: $15,000-$70,000.
This famous luxury clothing brand was founded more almost 200 years ago. They launched its marketing operations in India, where they were creating some of the world’s most expensive suits ever. Some years ago they introduced the Vanquish II suit, a bargain at $95,319.
1. Stuart Hughes
The suits designed by the luxury designer Stuart Hughes are usually decorated with gold and diamonds and the price may vary between $800,000 and more than a million dollars. He is responsible for creating the most expensive suit in the world. This masterpiece costs around $900,000 and is the product of 600 man hours.