Contact the Best Bespoke Custom Tailor in New York


La Rukico Tailors 152 E 48th St New York, NY 10017 212-753-7848 Toll-Free: (1) 800 284 SUIT. Email :


Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 6.45 PM

Saturday 10:30 AM - 5.30 PM

Sunday Closed

For a flawless fit and custom clothing styled and designed to impress without a big price tag! Please contact us, we are located in Manhattan since 1972 as La Rukico Bespoke Custom Tailors. We have an incredible selection of highest quality fabrics in the world for your custom suits, shirts, pants, wedding and business attire etc, and our experts will work with you every step of the way to give you a superlative custom clothing experience.



If you're coming from the north, take Harlem River Dr/FDR Dr south until you get to exit 10 for E 49 St. Merge onto E 49th St and turn left onto Lexington Ave. Turn left onto E 48th St, and you'll see our building on the right.

If you're driving from Brooklyn, cross the Brooklyn Bridge and Take the FDR Dr N exit. Merge onto FDR Dr N, and continue until you get to exit 9 for E 42nd St. Merge onto E 42nd St and turn right onto 3rd Ave. Turn left onto E 49th St, take the 1st left onto Lexington Ave, then take one more left onto 48th St. You'll see our building on the right.


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