Bernini is a men's fashion company based in Beverly Hills that was popularized in the 1990s. Owned By Yousuf Tar and expanded rapidly into multiple stores. The clothing was sold out of a boutique store on Rodeo Drive before adding multiple locations there and elsewhere. Bernini's stores offers "the very best menswear", and some branches sell custom-made suits. Pricing for a suit, shirt, and shoes could run into the thousands of dollars.
By 1998, Bernini had expanded to three locations on Rodeo Drive, including the original store at 346 N. Rodeo, Bernini Sport at 326 N. Rodeo, and Bernini Couture at 355 N. Rodeo—leading to the facetious observation that Rodeo Drive was "threatening to become 'Bernini Drive'".
In Early 2000 Bernini opened several outlet shops one in the cabazon outlets near Palm Springs California and the then Brand new Ontario Mills Mall to name a few. Using the DBA OFF RODEO DR the new outlet quickly poplularized and was the one stop shop for star that lived near the Inland Empire d=As of 2009, Bernini also operated a number of shops in Las Vegas, including a Bernini and "the fancy men's clothing store" Bernini Collections at Caesars Palace Forum shops, a Bernini Couture at Caesars Palace Appian Way shops, and The Bernini Collezioni at the MGM Grand, which sells items from other companies including Brioni, Canali, Versace, Hugo Boss, and Zegna.
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