Suits me just fine

PUBLISHED : Friday, 07 January, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 07 January, 2011, 12:00am

For the man who has everything, Frosdick of London is offering 'the most expensive wardrobe in the history of tailoring' for US$1 million. The Million-Dollar Dandy package includes 14 Savile Row suits, 28 dress shirts and silk ties, and 14 pairs of shoes and boots. The suits, shirts and ties will be handmade by Henry Poole, the tailor favoured by the British Royal Family, while the footwear will be crafted by another royal favourite, Schneider of Clifford Street. A selection of smoking jackets and dressing gowns from Turnbull & Asser completes the collection, housed in a wardrobe crafted by the Queen of England's nephew, furniture designer Viscount David Linley. Finally, the Million-Dollar Dandy will receive a bespoke car, hand-built by Bristol.