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Meet The Master: Martin Greenfield

From the red carpet to the White House, Greenfield has been crafting handmade suits out of his Brooklyn factory, a living reminder of an era where men in suits were the norm—whether you were heading to work, or simply going out for a drink.

MAY 18, 2016

Photographer: Lexi Moreland

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NBC PIX11 [VIDEO]

I Am Brooklyn: Martin Greenfield creates hand-tailored suits at Bushwick clothing factory

Martin Greenfield is a Holocaust survivor who came to Brooklyn in 1947. He started with a minor role at a clothing factory in Bushwick. Thirty years later he bought the place. Today, he's still making some of the finest suits in the world one piece at a time. His client list includes actors, mayors, and presidents. This week's "I Am Brooklyn" PIX11 News met the man behind the suit and the smile.

Bushwick, Brooklyn

Photographer: Joe Mauceri

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NEW YORK FOX 5 NEWS [VIDEO]

Telling the stories of the Holocaust

Martin Greenfield is a man with many stories to tell. The 87-year-old is considered one of the best tailors in the world, and has outfitted mayors, celebrities and presidents. But underneath his own fine suit and crisp shirt, is a faded, but constant reminder of his past

By: STACEY DELIKAT

Photographer: FOX 5 NEWS

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WFAA 8 Dallas [VIDEO]

Holocaust survivor who became 'tailor to the stars' comes to North Texas

At the exclusive Edward Baumann Clothiers in Addison recently, there was a crimson carpet leading to a special event inside. And when we asked some of those who stepped on it who they were wearing, they proudly told us, "The finest tailor in the history of the world."

Author: Jason Wheeler

Photographer: WFAA 8 ABC

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Heaps Magazine [JAPANESE]

A boy who survived the Auschwitz refinery, to a master of Taylor's highest peak. 88-year old active ceremony "Fashion of making suit" [JAPANESE]

In 1947, a Jewish boys slaughtered family members came across the sea to the United States alone. Only $ 10 in the pocket. I can not make myself understood. The job I finally found was floor cleaning of a garment factory. The immigrant boy is now known as a master of the bespoke / tailoring world, with customers from the past US presidents to Hollywood stars.

STYLE Apr 23, 2016

Photographer: Heaps

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The Factory

239 Varet Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206

 (718) 497-5480

Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm
Saturday, 11am - 5pm

Via Subway:
Take the L to Morgan Avenue Stop. Please be sure to walk up the "Bogart St." stairs. Once you reach the sidewalk, go to the right along Bogart Street. Cross Moore Street and then turn right onto Varet Street. Proceed to #239 on the right.

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The President's Tailor Survived the Holocaust