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From handmade hats by a celeb-faved millinier to made-to-measure suiting at Seize sur Vingt to custom-fit footwear at Left Shoe Company, LA gents have plenty of options for personalizing their wardrobe from head to toe. Joining the customization nation is luxury Italian brand Tod's, which has transformed their Beverly Hills boutique's entire third floor into the J.P. Club, a super swanky lounge dedicated to their Sartorial collection, as WWD notes.
Modeled after the upscale lifestyle label's Milan location, the Rodeo Drive concept space offers a range of luxe leather shoes ($1,500 to $1,900 and carryalls ($2,000 and up), which can be customized down to the detail. Of course, the pricey treatment comes with perks—in addition to housing a whiskey and liquor bar, the club offers its own exclusive cocktail, which they describe as "a multi-sensory experience." Sounds fancy.
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· J.P. Tod's [Official Site]
· Tod's Celebrates Opening of the J.P. Club [WWD]
· Seize sur Vingt Brings Made-to-Measure Menswear to Melrose [Racked]