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

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.

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Telling the stories of the Holocaust

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

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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]

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.

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