Amy Baron Brourman, master clothier and owner of Samuel Baron Clothiers, partnered with WHIRL Magazine to present a bespoke afternoon Downtown at the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel. The inaugural “Handmade to Perfection” Scotch & Ties event showcased the newest styles from Samuel Baron Clothiers and a trunk show by Scabal. Both companies specialize in custom-made canvassed suits, sport coats, and tuxedos made from exclusive fabrics and raw materials. Says Baron Brourman, “It was an honor to have the occasion to be able to present some of the rarest fabrics from around the world — all of which are available in such limited quantities. I was thrilled to see many new faces as well as some of my esteemed clients.” Guests were “welcomed to luxury” with premium scotch and bourbon tastings. And, Baron Brourman’s manufacturer from Manhattan made a visit to highlight the workmanship of the handmade garments. While Scabal was the featured fabric for the evening, Baron Brourman also featured Loro Piana and Ermenegildo Zegna. Bill Chisnell of Bill Chisnell Productions provided the florals and décor. “It was such a pleasure to be able to work with Bill Chisnell,” she says. “His exemplary taste truly set the tone for the evening, set in the incredibly ornate lobby of the Renaissance.”

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