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Turnbull and Asser is a 125 year old institution for men’s dress, and it should be. Their distinctly British style is known for meticulous attention to detail, plush fabrics and gorgeous prints.Most importantly, they’ve dressed everyone from Jay-Z to former Citigroup head Sandy Weill.

Last night, the company opened a new 3-floor location in Midtown Manhattan, and celebrated the event by throwing a cocktail party for customers. Attendees had the opportunity to mingle, eat some light hors d’oeuvres, and get their new purchases tailored to a perfect fit.

We’ve heard, though, that you should never dress better than your MD. So young men may want to grab something more understated for the work day.

Everyone was browsing with a drink in hand when we got to the party.

The store has a country home-like feel, lots of wood and plush carpet under your feet.

These were the first things to catch our eye — gorgeous robes in brilliant colour.

Polka dots for something more understated.

We wandered over to one of the many tie displays.

These are a great gift for the man who has everything — always a new pattern to be had.

This woman was on hand for immediate alterations.

The store displays are all reminders of how to look like a gentleman.

And of who has gotten it right.

A stags head on the third floor with the store's crest

The clothing displays were all great outfit suggestions (note the pocket square does not match the tie)

Evening wear.

For your pocket.

For your pants.

For your neck.

Some relaxed jackets for outside the office.

We simply don't see enough hats anymore. Refreshing.

To make the big bucks and afford these clothes, you have to get a few things right...

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