The House Of Bijan, The World’s Most Expensive Menswear Store Where Heads Of State, Captains Of Industry, Presidents, Kings And Emperors Patronise 

By TheDispatch

The House of Bijan is like no retail store you’ve ever visited.

Located on Beverly Hills’ famous Rodeo Drive and easily identified by the US$2 million yellow Bugatti Veyron parked out front, The House of Bijan is the world’s most expensive retail store.

Opened by the late Bijan Pakzad after he migrated from Iran in the early 1970s, The House of Bijan is now run by his son Nicholas, selling some of the most expensive clothing, shoes, fragrances, and accessories in the world.

This is a shop where a standard suit retails for around US$10,000, a matching tie for US$1,000, and includes shoes made from crocodile and kangaroo leather.

But don’t think you can just stroll in off the street, as all visits to the House Of Bijan must be made by appointment and approved by Nicholas.

As you can imagine, the clientele is a who’s who of the rich and famous, with the House of Bijan tailoring suits for world leaders including Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Tony Blair, Vladimir Putin, along with sorting threads for the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Jordan, Giorgio Armani, and Tom Cruise.

Inside, The House of Bijan’s decor is as lavish as the clothing on sale, featuring marble floors, fine woodwork, a crystal chandelier, and artwork worth more than your average Aussie home.

Over the years, Bijan has become the most expensive brand in the world.

This is where heads of state, captains of industry, presidents, kings and emperors are loyal clients.

Many of them- personal friends, has included the likes of Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Bo Derek, the Kings of Spain and Saudi Arabia, Presidents Clinton, Obama, George H.W. Bush and George W and others.

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