Leonard Logsdail is the celebrated “bespoke” tailor (i.e., the person who measures your garment is also the person who cuts your suit) in New York City who made many of the custom-fit suits for Adam Driver and Al Pacino in House of Gucci (and many other films). Logsdail was contacted by Oscar-winning costumer designer Janty Yates to create the suits when she felt that present-day Gucci stylists were unable to replicate the 1970s styles needed for House of Gucci. In all, Logsdail says he made between 50-60 garments for the movie, and VIP Fan Auctions is offering several of the most distinct Logsdail suits featured on-screen. Among the suits now available are a blue and gray double-breasted suit (click here for photos and more information), gray and black single-breasted suit (click here), gray double-breasted suit (click here), blue linen single-breasted jacket (click here) and a blue and brown three-piece suit with Gucci tie (click here) – all worn in the film by Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci. Check out these and many others exquisite garments created for House of Gucci by the legendary Savile Row tailor – and upgrade your own wardrobe with a vintage feel today!
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