Alan Flusser

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Alan J. Flusser (born 16 May 1945) is an American author and designer of men's clothing. He owns and operates Alan Flusser Custom in New York City, which specializes in custom tailored clothing.[1]

Flusser was born in West Orange, New Jersey. In 1979 he founded Alan Flusser Designs. Flusser designed the wardrobe for Gordon Gekko (played by Michael Douglas) in Wall Street and also designed clothing for the films Barbarians at the Gate and Scent of a Woman.

Before deciding to focus on his entertainment career, Fonzworth Bentley was an apprentice to Flusser.[2]

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Flusser won the 1983 Coty Award as Top Menswear Designer, and received the Cutty Sark Award in 1987.

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  1. ^ [1] From the Alan Flusser Custom website
  2. ^ Fonzworth Bentley at A&M Representation. Accessed 04 April 2012

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