Martin Greenfield Clothiers, Ltd. is a Brooklyn-based manufacturer of hand tailored clothing. The Company was founded in 1977 by Martin Greenfield when he bought the current factory from his former employer, GGG Clothes. Mr. Greenfield had joined GGG in 1947 as an entry-level floor boy, ultimately rising to Vice President of Production before buying out his former employer.
Initially structured as a traditional manufacturer; currently, the production is focused on a hybrid approach. Meeting the requirements of innovative designers and specialty retailers, we hand craft the finest made-to-order as well as made-to-measure suits, tuxedoes, sport jackets, slacks, and overcoats.
Martin's sons Jay and Tod Greenfield joined their father in the 1980s and the trio currently manages the Company. Martin Greenfield Clothiers continues to operate as a union shop out of its 1917 location in Brooklyn. Believing in fostering strong ties to the surrounding community, Mr. Greenfield was instrumental in founding the East Williamsburg Valley Industrial Development Corporation.