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POST-GAZETTE, MAY 25, 2012 Page 9 Left to Right: John M. Airasian, Alisa Barkhordarian, Never Orchanian, Anna Jones and John S. Airasian Eastern Clothing Com- pany, Inc., is a business started over 70 years ago by John Airasian's grandfather with a vision to provide qual- ity, value and service to keep customers coming back time and time again. It's impossible to duplicate the sincerity and service provided to customers, which is why they have re- mained a one store opera- tion for all these years. John's grandfather and his brother, John, began creat- ing perfect men's suits and suit separates for bodies of all sizes. Eventually, they stopped the manufacturing of suits and expanded their retail business in the 1960's when John's father took the busi- ness over. Today John and his Dad continue the mission to offer great quality and value to the one to one service to make you look your best. Supreme styling, customer service and prompt alter- ations. Every man needs at least John S. Airasian (sitting) and John M. Airasian (standing). Founder of East- ern Clothing Peter Airasian (in background). one good suit in his ward- robe. Whether a business man or an athlete a custom cut suit is a staple piece very man should have. A great selection of suits in all sizes, conventional sizes and extra long aye available to try on. You may want to construct your own made to measure suit in a timely fashion. Se- lect the Fabric and Style just for you. Choose from a wide range of Fabrics and Styles from Joseph Abboud, Jack Victor and Hart Schaffner & Marx. Whether you are hard to fit or a regular size they can create the suit you have in mind. Eastern Clothing pio- neered the athletic cut suit. The athletic cut suit is styled larger in the shoul- ders anc trimmer at the waist, minimizing alter- ations for the well built man. Real Estate Matto Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street * Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 John M..Airasian talks with a customer while measuring him for a custom suit. I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 Available in all sizes includ- ing Big & Tall. In stock are conventional suits from Size 36 short up to 64 XL and ev- erything between. Their clients are a long list of Sports Figures, Celebri- ties, Business Men and TV personalities. When you enter the store you will see lots of memorabilia on the wails and a warm welcoming staff. To Help you coordinate your wardrobe from head to toe. Located near Boston in Watertown, Massachusetts on 76 Coolidge Hill Road, Watertown, MA 02472 617- 924-8240. Left to Right: Tailors Alisa Barkhordarian and Never Orchanian Giuseppe Pastorelli, Con- sul General of Italy in Boston is spearheading italianissimo and The Hon- orary Chair is Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino. The event, will take place on Friday, June i, at Louis, Boston located at 60 North- ern Avenue, Boston. itallanissimo will show- case the very best of Italian design and culture through cuisine, fashion, language and the arts. Louis will host the event and display many Italian fashion designers and guests will enjoy a special menu designed and prepared by internationally acclaimed Chef Filippo La Mantia, from the FLotel Ma- jestic in Via Veneto, Roma, and select wines from Marchesi de'Frescobaldi. Proceeds from this event will help fund Italian lan- guage programs in New England schools and will benefit the Friends of the Italian Cultural Center of Boston Foundation. The Foundation is orga- nized to fund the develop- ment of an Italian Cultural Center to serve Boston and the region. Open to all, it will be a place to archive collective experiences and to celebrate and promote all things Italian including art, lan- guage, science, business, food, history, fashion, music and sport as well as scholas- tic and cultural programs. For further info: http:// www. consbos ton. esteri, it/ Consolato_Boston/ and look for italianissimo! hyperlink on main page. "Greater Boston's Italian American community comes together in a big way in support of first annual italianissimo: event" L-R: Debi Greenberg, owner of Louis, Honorary Chair Thomas M. Menino, "IV Diner host and event MC Jenny Johnson and Italian Consul General Giuseppe Pastorelli. JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 JUSTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM ww.j USTIN EYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHY.COM