NEW YORK, Sep 7, 2010 / FW/ — Bespoke hidden gem celebrates another Manhattan mark!

Just four years ago former New York attorney, Michael Mantegna, retired from the files and hit the swatch books to dress Manhattan’s finest. What was once the Lower East Side’s hidden gem, has now grown to 2,400 square feet off of 20 Great Jones street in Noho, New York.

On August 9th the country’s best dressed gents traveled from near and far in celebration of bespoke at its best.

The new bi-level space offers well over 2,000 of the finest fabrics of choice and the best in-house tailors and a beautiful 12-foot oak bar from a Massachusetts pub, finely stocked.

This bespoke stop offers made to measure fine apparel, sportswear, accessories and yes, even custom shoes. Such square footage now ranks Michael Andrews Bespoke as one of the largest tailor shops in the United States.

How do they keep making that mark? First, by offering the best fabrics and guaranteed fit. Second, by offering custom work at three levels of craftsmanship and price point. Third, by having an amazing team that is the essence of fashion and personality. Their dedication to capture every client’s individual style and fit will only promise many celebrations to come!