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Kiton

The most exclusive mens suits.

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Mens suits as a well known fact are one of the most important formal basic wear present in any men’s wardrobe. To glow up your wardrobe every man should have atleast one suit in his wardrobe. It is always suggested that there are some formal occasion present where there would arise a need to be dressed in suits like a job interview. Suits project the man’s confidence and the power during business meets. Therefore, it is of great importance that a right choice of suit is selected.

If you are looking for some of the world’s most exclusive formal clothing, look no further than Kiton. Since the late 1960s this Italian fashion brand has delivered menswear of impeccable design and superior quality.

 

Ciro Paone, born in family of fabric traders in Naples established the Kiton company in 1968. The name was inspired by the “chitone”, an ancient garment worn by the Greek when praying on Mount Olympus. Production was set up in Arzano, just outside of Naples. Paone had an early vision of establishing his brand in all of Europe and one of his first export markets was Germany. In just a few years, Kiton became known as the most exceptional expression of the Neapolitan tailoring tradition. In 1986, the company opened up the North American market with Kiton Corporation and a head office on New York’s 5th Avenue. Kiton stepped into the 1990s with a new factory in Arzano and the introduction of a tie collection. The middle of the decade saw Kiton’s first attempts in women’s fashion, as well as fragrances. A few years later Kiton expanded further, introducing shirts, outdoor clothing and knitwear. In addition, a second factory and even a school of tailoring were set up in Arzano. In recent years, Kiton has introduced shoes and expanded globally, opening mono brand stores in China, Japan and Russia.

 

The philosophy behind Kiton’s production is a direct heritage from the founder Ciro Paone and states that the company only works with “the best of the best plus 1”. The choice of fabrics is crucial for Kiton and the company is unique in the sense that it runs its own fabric mills in Italy and England to ensure the highest quality. The next vital step in the manufacturing is cutting the pieces of the suit. The master tailor does the cutting according to historical principles. The pieces of the suit are carefully put together by a number of tailors in a process that is measured in days rather than hours. This extreme attention to detail and craftsmanship means that Kiton’s annual production is limited to a few thousand garments.

 

Exclusive mens suits 

Prices on Kiton suits range from about 6,000 US dollars to as much as 50,000 dollars. Kiton distributes its clothing to a limited number of retailers around the world. The company has also established 14 flagship stores around the world, characterised by exclusive architecture and prime locations.

 

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