Edward Sexton, who died on July 23 at age 80, had arguably more influence on men’s bespoke tailoring than any other name over the last 50 years. A diminutive figure, Sexton was a giant in the world of men’s style. His sculptural suiting had attitude and panache, and he became a go-to for leading figures in the entertainment and business worlds. Here, Robb Report writer—and Sexton’s client and friend—Aleks Cvetkovic talks about the impact the charismatic figure had on him. Read more at Robb Report.