NEW YORK — An Old-World charm and aura of indulgence permeates Bellucci Napoli, the small Neapolitan-style tailored men’s wear business that opened a clubby, three-level “palazzo” in a building at 5 East 57th Street here last month.
“We are very lucky to find the space that matched this experience we are trying to create,” said Nedo Bellucci, the designer, president and owner of Bellucci Napoli, which is building its reputation in bespoke suits, custom-made shirts, and accessories including neckties, pocket squares, scarves, umbrellas and small leather goods. He’s particularly gratified by the move, considering his business had been modestly housed in a West 57th Street showroom shared with a hat company.
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