Domenico Vacca

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Domenico Vacca is an Italian designer and fashion brand.[1][2]

Life and career[edit]

Vacca was born in Italy.[1]

He established his fashion brand in 2002, when he opened his first boutique on New York City's Fifth Avenue.[1] He later opened additional stores on Madison Avenue and SoHo in New York, Beverly Hills, California, Bal Harbour and Palm Beach, Florida, Moscow, Doha, and Harrods in London.[1][3][4] He is known for his men's suits, and he also sells jeans.[3] He has dressed Glenn Close on Damages, Jeremy Piven on Entourage, Denzel Washington in American Gangster and Dustin Hoffman.[3][5]

He is married to Julie Vacca and they have a son, Robert.[1] In 2008, he bought a $6.1 million condo near the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.[5]

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