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Five Things That Will Change Your Life(Style)

Posted on July 1st, 2011 – By Bossip Staff

So we have decided to share with you some of the fabulous, intriguing, glamorous and sometimes outlandish lifestyle situations and trinkets that will make your life fantastic.

And it was only fitting that we kicked off this new feature with a little help from The LifeStyle Specialist himself, Mr. Kenny Burns (@KennyBurns).

Kenny was kind enough to put us on to the five things that any seriously fly lady or forward-thinking urban gentleman simply should not do without this summer. Flip through and check them out.

2. Clothing Line – Astor & Black Bespoke Suits

Astor & Black Clothiers

Founded in 2005 by then 20-year-old David Schottenstein, Astor & Black has dressed world-class athletes, celebrities, politicians and business professionals. David launched the company with $75,000 he made from selling cigars and day-trading in high school. Now, the company generates $21 million a year. That kind of success runs in his family: the Schottensteins own the company behind Filene’s Basement and DSW.

How does it work? Astor & Black has a group of 92 haberdashers who come directly to you to do fittings and help you to enhance your wardrobe. You can either choose from the company’s designs, or you can create a fully customized wardrobe using Astor & Black’s online Bespoke Visualizer™ for a convenient and truly unique experience.

The average Astor &  Black suit is $895.

Read the entire article here.


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