On his wedding to Kim Kardashian on May 24, Kanye West will wear a suit that is allegedly being designed by renowned Italian brand Cifonelli. People did a whole breakdown of the couple's recent time in Paris, which focused mainly on the designers Kim met with to discuss wedding dress options (Balmain, Givenchy, and Lanvin, reportedly), and stated that Kanye had spent most of a morning being custom-fitted for a tailored suit at the Italian brand's exclusive location in Paris.

Cifonelli started back in the 19th century, with a boutique opening up in Rome in 1880. But it was Arturo, the son of founder Giuseppe, who trained as a tailor in London and brought his expertise to the brand's tailoring. The Cifonelli shoulder soon became its signature trademark, which, according to the brand's site, is "forward cut, felted wet with an iron, [and] offers a unique freedom of movement and testifies to an extraordinary style."


A Navy Cifonelli suit / Image via Permanent Style

[via People]