July 21, 2013 When Meg Lukens Noonan first stumbled across the expensive coat, her untutored eye saw nothing particularly special. In her new book, The Coat Route, Noonan explores how and why craftsmen spend months creating such luxuries. She also makes an appeal for why the art of tailoring should be preserved.
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