Frosdick of London, makers of the worlds finest bespoke safari boots are offering a unique, though interesting package. They are offering, what they claim to be the most expensive wardrobe in the history of tailoring – complete with a custom luxury car to match – for $1 million. The buyer will become what they are calling the Million Dollar Dandy.
The unique package includes 14 Savile Row suits, made from the purchaser’s choice of the world’s finest fabrics; 28 custom-tailored dress shirts; 28 custom-made silk ties; and 14 pairs of bespoke shoes and boots created from exotic leathers. The suits, shirts and ties will all be handmade by Henry Poole of Savile Row, the famed tailor favored by the British Royal Family. The shoes and boots will be crafted by another royal favorite, Schnieder of Clifford Street. Apart from the formal attire the package will include a selection of elegant smoking jackets and dressing gowns from famed firm Turnbull & Asser.
Furniture designer and the nephew of the Queen of England Viscount David Linley will craft a bespoke wardrobe in precious woods to house it all. And finally, Bristol the last wholly British-owned luxury car builder in existence will create a car specially for the Million Dollar Dandy.