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Around Town with Michael Zegen [VIDEO]

The co-star of The Marvelous Miss Maisel takes us to some of his favorite locations on the show.

March 13, 2018

Photographer: CELEBRITY VIDEO ARCHIVE

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Vimeo Documentary

Lessons from a Tailor. [VIDEO]

Directed by Galen Summer. Cinematography by Ed David. galensummer.comkittyguerrilla.com

Directed by Galen Summer

Photographer: Ed David

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It’s a G Thing: Holocaust survivor creates world-renowned suits for celebs and Presidents

“This is just not your suit," Martin Greenfield said to me.Martin Greenfield knows clothes! He's worked as a custom suit maker for 70 years. “When was the last time you measured me?" I asked him. "About 28 years ago, you were a size 39/40." His name is on the door and inside every piece. He’s devoted his life to this craft. “This was my university, I learned everything in the shop," he said.

BY MR. G AND KIM PESTALOZZI

Photographer: Kim Pestalozzi

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NPR [RADIO]

Invisibilia: How A Shirt Collar Helped A Man Survive Auschwitz

There's the tale of tailor Martin Greenfield, who has dressed the last three presidents as well as NBA players and Hollywood stars. But his first realization of how clothes convey power came from a much darker place — the Auschwitz concentration camp. 

Heard on All Things Considered

Photographer: N/A

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CNN Style

Hanging by a thread: From Auschwitz survivor to presidents' tailor

Martin Greenfield is one of the world's most respected and accomplished tailors. Since emigrating from the former Czechoslovakia to America in 1947, he has dressed everyone from the Rat Pack and Leonardo DiCaprio to Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Barack Obama.

Written by Martin Greenfield, Special for CNN

Photographer: Courtesy Regnery Publishing

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The President's Tailor Survived the Holocaust