CEO David Schottenstein and Boston Clothier David Morra interviewed on Haute Living.

The brand was founded by David Schottenstein and is all the talk in the suit world right now. Just recently the luxury suit company partnered with Bentley Motors and now all new Bentley owners get a complimentary custom suit when purchasing an ultra luxury Bentley. The deal was first announced with orders to go with the flagship Mulsanne from Bentley.

You can imagine the prolific number of new clients both from the celebrity and business world that will now be wearing Astor & Black.

You don’t have to feel left out if your a lovely lady as Astor & Black also makes sexy suits for women as well.

Recently I was able to get an interview with the company’s CEO David Schottenstein and professional clothier and stylist of Boston David Morra, who is responsible for helping birth the Bentley Motors and Astor & Black relationship.

It is with my pleasure to bring to you Haute Living readers my exclusive interview.

Founder, David Schottenstein Interview

How was Astor and Black founded?
I was attending school in Italy and became extremely fascinated with the old world Italian tailors making handmade suits in their workshops. I began to notice that the Italians and the British always had their suits cut to perfection, not always the case in the USA, let alone in the Midwest. I also noticed that all the really well-made and well-constructed suits seemed to be positioned at unattainable prices. There had to be a way to deliver top quality, well-made garments and spectacular service along with reasonable pricing. My mission was to bridge the gap and at age 21, I founded Astor & Black Custom Clothiers.

Read the rest of Haute Living’s Interview with David Schottenstein here:

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