Death of the Buisness Suit?

GUESTS: ANTHONY GILIBERTO Fine Custom Tailor, Giliberto Designs in New York TOM MIRIAM Director of Marketing and Communications, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (1st Wall Street law firm to go casual) It started with Casual Friday...now on Wall Street, the casual trend is spreading. Some of New York's top investment banks and law firms are rewriting their dress codes to allow casual dress every day of the week. So what does this mean for the future of the business suit? Haberdashers and designers are concerned. Join Juan Williams and guests to discuss whether the tilt toward casual attire in the office has gone too far.

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