Urban gent: Roger Orf

When Roger Orf moved to London from New York in 1990, the first thing he did was hit Savile Row. Nearly 15 years later, the man charged with bringing Goldman Sachs to Europe still uses the same tailor – and it shows. His three-piece suit is immaculate, right down to the half millimetre sliver of shirt cuff visible at the wrist and the crisp, white square-fold handkerchief in his breast pocket. “I have a guy,” says Orf in his Mid West-meets-Manhattan drawl. “He does all my suits. It’s important. It is certainly an important part of business.”

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