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At C. Scott & Company, we have partnered with the finest mills and tailors in the world to produce just 500 hand-tailored couture garments each year. Each partner shares that same vision, to assist in creating a garment that reflects your lifestyle and personal taste. Bringing decades of enjoyment. 


Scabal started in Brussels, Belgium in 1938 and ever since, it lives up to its credo: "We never cut costs when its comes to materials. Only the noblest materials provide the results and comfort worthy of the Scabal name."

Scabal has sold only the finest of fabrics made from the best raw materials available. Launching up to fifteen new collections each year, assembling all the latest fabris alongside the permanent collections and special editions, Scabal is constantly at the forfront of design and innovation. Thanks to this practice, you have the possibility to choose from over 5,000 top Scabal fabrics made by only highly-skilled craftsmen.

Martin Greenfield 

Martin Greenfield emigrated to the United States as an orphaned Holocaust survivor in 1947 and got his first job as a floor boy at the GGG clothing factory we now operate in. Martin went to night school to learn English, got his citizenship, and worked at the factory for 30 years, becoming the production manager. In 1977 after his employer decided to shut down the factory Martin purchased it and established Martin Greenfield Clothiers, producing clothing for businessmen and grooms, as well as presidents and celebrities.

While Martin enjoys a much deserved retirement (after working in the same factory for over 72 years) Jay and Tod run the shop now. Martin Greenfield Clothiers has continuously evolved from a CMT (cut make and trim) producer for menswear shops, department stores, and designers. We also produce hand-tailored clothing for TV shows, movies, Broadway shows, and tailor shops. We still produce all our tailored clothing right here in Brooklyn using the traditional handcrafted methods because engineering the life out of the process and moving production away just doesn’t make sense to us.

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