How Good Would You Look in a $100,000 Suit?

Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Kiton, the tailoring house from Naples founded in the '60s, is the go-to bespoke suit designer for the world’s well-moneyed elite. One of the most expensive suits in the world is the Kiton K-50 line. It takes selected tailors 50 hours to produce it by hand and there are no more than 50 of these suits made each year. It can also cost up to $100,000. Bloomberg takes an exclusive look. (Source: Bloomberg)

Chart Partners Sees Nikkei Doing Better Than Dollar
17:51 - Thomas Schroeder, managing director at Chart Partners, discusses dollar, yen and his outlook for Japanese and Chinese markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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