Dress for Success: The tuxedo is again proving to be timeless

Although some Americans believe that the tuxedo was originated by financier James Brown Potter, who was one of the many American aristocrats attending the Autumn Ball in New York’s Tuxedo Park in 1866, the magnificent suit was actually created by King Edward VII – when he was still a prince – with his Savile Row…

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