Tag Archives: Bespoke Visualizer

Win an iPad with the Bespoke Visualizer!

As promised, we’re rolling out our next iPad contest. This time we want to see your creativity and your sense of style. Here are step by step instructions for winning a 16GB iPad 3G from your favorite custom clothier. 1. Go to the Bespoke Visualizer: http://astorandblack.com/ab/bespokevisualizer/ and create your own look. 2. Take a screen shot […]

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Beige Overcoat by Angel Ramos.

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Top 5 Ways to use the Bespoke Visualizer.

Have you checked out the Bespoke Visualizer on astorandblack.com yet? Here are the top five ways that the BV can work for you. 1. If you’re completely new to Astor & Black, the Bespoke Visualizer is a perfect way for you to get to know us and our custom suits. Try it out–make a few […]

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Blue Sportcoat by Angel Ramos

He didn’t win the title of Best Dressed Real Man in America for nothing. Angel Ramos has style. Save, change, or order this suit. Create your own custom suit at the Bespoke Visualizer. http://astorandblack.com/ab/bespokevisualizer/

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Black Tie by Angel Ramos

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Grey Skies by Angel Ramos

Create your own at http://astorandblack.com/ab/bespokevisualizer/.

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Autumn by Angel Ramos

Create your own at http://www.astorandblack.com/ab/bespokevisualizer/.

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Shorter Men’s Fashion

Shorter Men’s Fashion, Greg Glander’s “site measured for shorter men,” recently featured Astor & Black and the Bespoke Visualizer. Glander is a man on a mission–he aims to find the best resources for men who love to dress well, but often find themselves frustrated with the extra efforts required in finding clothing to fit them. […]

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Esquire announces the Bespoke Visualizer.

The Bespoke Visualizer is live on the new http://www.astorandblack.com. See Esquire’s coverage here: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fashion/astor-and-black-virtual-tailor-101110. “By clicking on a small piece of fabric,” Schottenstein says, “people will be enabled, for the first time ever, to see exactly what their custom garment will actually look like instead of having to imagine it from a swatch.”

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