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“I felt appropriately presidential when I got to actually meet the President.”
Tony Goldwyn is not the leader of the free world, but he plays one all too convincingly on TV. Last year the multi-tasking Hollywood native was invited to meet the President at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Goldwyn donned a Made to Measure Brooks Brothers tuxedo that reflected his personal style with subtle elegance and stature befitting a meeting with the President.
On his shoot for the fall 2015 Brooks Brothers campaign, “What’s your Brooks Brothers story?” photographed by Carlo Miari Fulcis, Tony shared his excitement over meeting the real POTUS wearing a custom Brooks Brothers tuxedo: “I felt appropriately presidential when I got to actually meet the President.”
At Your Service: A Lifetime of Sartorial Guidance
Frederick Webb, a Brooks Brothers salesman, was notable for his length of service: 65 years. He joined the company on September 16, 1863, and remained until the day of his death, November 26, 1928. Webb waited upon five generations of prominent New York families and continued to address his customers on a first-name basis long after they’d graduated from knee pants.