Paul Gamlen, a 23-year-old British illustrator, recently rented out an apartment in a Victorian house in New Haven, CT. In the basement, he found a bag of old clothes and stumbled upon a suit owned by one of the most stylish men ever, Paul Newman. A suit worn by Butch Cassidy himself—pretty awesome. The suit appears to be a navy pinstriped suit from Henry Stewart that was tailored for Newman in 1986. Gamlen had found a photograph of Newman in a sports coat pocket, which raised suspicion. After bringing the suit to a dry cleaner, he noticed the now deceased actor's name on the tailor tag of the trousers. The suit appears to fit Gamlen quite well, and anyway you slice it, this is an incredible find.
[via New York Daily News]