Brooks Brothers has established itself as the brand of choice for prominent cultural figures and presidents. Marlene Dietrich had a penchant for its men’s tuxedos. F. Scott Fitzgerald loved the Norfolk jacket. David Hockney was a fan of the oxford cloth button down — so was Arthur Miller, who wore the style when he married Marilyn Monroe. And Fred Astaire liked to don the foulard scarf or tie as a belt when skittering about a stage. Then there are the Presidents, who choose Brooks Brothers as a coat of armor to face the nation and the world.