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Womenswear from Martin Greenfield, Brooklyn Tailoring Legend

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Martin Greenfield has been working as a tailor in Brooklyn since 1947, but this week marks the first time he's ever sold womenswear under his own brand name. The collection was created with website Edition01, which specializes in limited-edition designer collaborations. ( In the past, the site has worked with Vera Wang, Peter Pilotto, and Narciso Rodriguez.) It consists of three blazers and a tuxedo jacket, all of which were made just as meticulously as his suiting for men. They start at $800, but Racked readers can get 35% off at checkout through Sunday using the code "RACK35OFF."
· Edition01 [Official Site]
· All Martin Greenfield coverage [Racked NY]