Famous for its custom-made shirts, Liste Rouge now offers fine menswear.
Like all good stories, Liste Rouge is the result of an encounter: a headhunter who fell in love with a shirtmaker from Normandy founded in 1938 and a historic Parisian tailor. Brought together in 1998 under a name that shouts exclusivity, Liste Rouge promises its customers the ultimate in craftsmanship. Buying a made-to-measure shirt involves choosing from the 2,000 fabrics on display in the Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré shop. Only the finest quality is used, such as 120, 140 and 200 A2 Egyptian cotton. Cut, assembled and sewn by hand in the ateliers at Condé-sur-Noireau, every one has exceptional style, with double stitching on the armholes and Australian pearl buttons, not to mention perfectly aligned stripes that cry out for matching boxer shorts. You can continue the adventure with a tailor-made suit in the Rolls-Royce of English fabrics from Schofield & Smith, Harrisons or Fox Brothers and Co. Its perfect flattering fit will leave you yearning for a cashmere sweater or a cap and gloves for head and hands, all tailor-made.