Five years is an eternity in modern fashion, especially women’s fashion. Yet half a decade is but a diversionary song in the longer, still evolving epic (or is it myth?) of men’s clothing.

It was roughly five years ago that Rubinacci and Neapolitan tailoring made its dramatic appearance on the internet and the world of #menswear changed forever.

Well, actually not. Hindsight tells us that Neapolitan tailoring is less revolutionary than it seemed. It’s simply the other primal option in modern men’s bespoke tailoring. The original option was of course Savile Row. But back in 2008 without the benefit of history what a novelty it seemed.

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