Over the weekend, the 24 Hours of Le Mans marked its 100th anniversary with a 24-hour endurance race that saw AF Corse take the top prize. However, the Italian racing team—which piloted a No. 51 Ferrari 499P to victory over 342 laps—wasn’t the only winner on the track.
Cifonelli had reason to celebrate as well, as the French bespoke tailoring house was named the official tailor of the event for the second year running. Far from an honorary position, the appointment saw a Cifonelli tailor dispatched to the race’s starting line, and the debut of a new ready-to-wear collection designed to commemorate the event. Read more at Robb Report.