28th February

Mark’s Musings – A Conversation for Connoisseurs



Recently it seems that some of my most formal clients have been querying me, “Mark, how does one feel dressed up while still being dressed down?”

Being a deliberately formal dresser myself, the question poses an interesting sartorial dilemma.  Some obvious suggestions would be losing the jacket, tearing off the tie, or incorporating some texture.  While none of these are the wrong choice, they also are not the inspired choice.Seeking some inspiration myself, I designed an outfit that one can wear when no jacket or tie is present and have it still look sartorially suitable for dressier appearances. I deconstructed the dressiest two items I could think of in menswear: a three-piece suit and a shawl lapel dinner jacket.  Left with the core ingredients to craft the perfect piece, I was struck by the idea to create a matching lapeled vest and pant ensemble.

Eliminating the standard five or six buttons on the front of a vest to just three allows for a lower, more casual button stance, and one that also enhances the male “V” of a smaller waist and broader shoulders. With the choice of a classic notch lapel on one vest and dressy shawl lapel on the other, both pair comfortably with cool crisp cloths for summer, and warm buttery cloths in winter.  Designed as a matching set (just like a suit), this creates an effortlessly coordinated look.

You can pair this vest and pant ensemble with anything from a linen textured shirt to a black cashmere turtleneck. They are as comfortable in a lounge chair while smoking a cigar on ones favorite patio as they are underneath an overcoat on a dinner date in New York.

A Note from Mark 

There has never been a detail in menswear that I have not toiled over.  Even in design school there was not a detail too small nor-overlooked by my passion.  I hand selected every zipper, button thread and fabric with fervor.  Much has evolved since my days learning tailoring and pattern making in New York City, but what has not changed is my passion for the details, and the inspiration behind why I design what I do.

You have shared this journey with me in your own way and I thank you for your support and for enjoying the works that I design with passion.  With this in mind, I invite you to read the first of our new monthly newsletter “Mark’s Musings – A Conversation for Connoisseurs.”  This is where I can share with you the insight and inspiration behind my current and forthcoming designs and collections.

On the first of each month I will send you a new “Mark’s Musings” highlighting a specific product or design concept along with the inspiration behind it.

20th February

The Perfect Camel Coat

The Perfect Camel Coat is a sought after staple for a gentleman’s wardrobe, but it usually proves to be a quite a task to find one.
The right shade, right fit, length, weight, durability for travel etc, so we’ve put an end to the search for our house connoisseurs–This is the perfect camel coat.

Working closely with the Loro Piana mill, we chose a cashmere that had the perfect shade of camel, not too yellow and not too brown, a shade of camel to flatter almost anyones complexion. It’s also a sublime texture and weight that can be worn-year round, weather permitting of course, and it tops off a casually tailored look of jeans and a shirt, or the most impeccable of MP suits.

This was the clear winner to put into our “DAILY PRINCE”, a collection of razor sharp classics built to last for generations to come.

9th February

Daily Prince Collection

Our Newest Collection, Daily Prince is here.

Inspired by Mark’s favorite classic suit pattern, the “Prince of Wales Plaid,” and his Lothario collection character “The Prince”–This collection concept is a designers exploration of various textures and weights that takes the Prince’s attire from his day into the evening–Always regal in every environment and perfectly sharp in black and white.

To see all the looks visit our Collection Website

19th December

Lothario 2017 In Review


Ladies and Gents…That’s a wrap.

Our creative and sartorial journey of the Lothario Collection is now complete,  an evolution of a ladies man from “Dandy” to “Prince” in five total collections.

It’s now time for us to recharge and reimagine, as we can’t wait to delight you in 2018 with a whole new concept form the house of Mark Pomerantz.

We leave you with this visual recap of all the 2017 Lothario Concept Characters: Dandy, Artist, Gentleman, Tycoon & Prince

8th December

Another Look-Winter & Holiday Collection

A few more campaign images from our “Lothario” Collection Characters, “Tycoon” for Winter and “Prince” for Holiday. It will be sad to say goodbye to these captivating characters, but a new concept is just around the corner for 2018!

30th October

Editorial Spread in Nobleman Magazine

View the splendor of this Mark Pomerantz Editorial  in Nobleman Magazine, featuring the talented Jeff Bridges on the cover of the Fall/Holiday 2017 Edition. It’s Such an Honor to have the full Mark Pomerantz concept collection represented by such a prestigious publication.

17th October

TYCOON Collection

Introducing our 4th Lothario concept collection character, Tycoon.

See the full concept Collection, looks and campaign images on Collection.MarkPomerantz.com


10th October

The First Look

The latest Collection from the house of Mark Pomerantz will be Launching Next week!

Here is the first look of our 4th “Lothario” Collection character–He’s a man of unrelenting ambition and magnetism, with power to spare.



6th September

New York Times Wedding Style

Loved seeing our dashing client and his lovely bride featured in the New York Times for their wedding style–East coast elegance at it’s finest. The Groom is in Bespoke Mark Pomerantz, his Bride in Reem Acra Bridal collection.

Would you say “I Do” in Mark Pomerantz?


3rd August

Accessories Design 2018

Straight from our atelier cutting table–A great set of paisleys is taking shape!

As always our accessories are hand rendered and designed for the distinct vision of our collections. This is a special glimpse of our 2018 accessory design developments, as we are planning a very special suite of accessories for our next concept collection.

Get ready for Ties and pocket squares that truly are works of art, a perfect compliment to our equally inspired suits–Designed in Newport Beach and Handmade in Italy.