Martin Greenfield Net Worth
Martin Greenfield net worth: Martin Greenfield is an American master tailor who has a net worth of $1 million. Martin Greenfield was born in Pavlovo, Czechoslovakia in August 1928. Greenfield was a Holocaust survivor who moved to the United States at 19 settling in New York. He was hired as a floor boy for GGG Clothing in 1947. He became a tailor and his first major client was General Eisenhower who was preparing to run for President. Greenfield bought GGG Clothing in 1977 and renamed it Martin Greenfield Clothiers. His client list has included Presidents Eisenhower, Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford, and Barack Obama. Other famous clients include Paul Newman, Colin Powell, Patrick Ewing, Ray Kelly, Michael Bloomberg, and Edward Egan. Greenfield and his company have tailored lines for DKNY and Rag & Bone and created the suits used in the television series Boardwalk Empire. His memoir Measure of a Man: From Auschwitz Survivor to Presidents' Tailor was published in 2014.
|Net Worth:||$1 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Aug 9, 1928 (92 years old)|