Georges de Paris

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Georges de Paris is a French-American tailor who is often referred to as the President of the United States' unofficial tailor or the tailor to the Presidents. Paris has made suits for every American President since Lyndon Johnson.

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de Paris was born in Marseille and came to Washington, D.C with a young woman and after their separation found himself homeless, reportedly bathing in the Potomac. He managed to save money to buy himself a sewing machine and his reputation grew until President Johnson ordered his suits. He also enjoys taking breaks throughout the day for wine and cheese and especially after work at the Washington, D.C. restaurant Old Ebbitt Grill.

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