Perhaps it’s your daughter’s wedding. Or your 25th anniversary. Or it’s an unforgettable night out… just because. A truly exceptional evening calls for extraordinary attire.

We looked to Neiman Marcus to help us scour the globe to find luxurious wears for the sophisticated man. And Rémy Martin is providing the nightcap.

By Mark Moffa

The Italian Tux.

Stefano Ricci designs this peak-lapel, one-button front, wool tuxedo. The jacket’s double vents and the trousers’ flat front and stain stripes exemplify Ricci’s modern interpretations of Florence’s sartorial traditions. $9,900.

The Swiss Watch.

Sotirio Bvlgari descended from an ancient family of Greek silversmiths, and manufactured precious silver objects before he began creating fine jewelry in 1884. Today, BVLGARI’s bold and innovative style is coveted by celebrities. From the BVLGARI Octo Finissimo Collection, this 40mm alligator strap watch has an octagonal platinum case and exhibition case back. Details include a platinum ardillon buckle, Arabic numerals and stick markers, and two-hand movement with one subdial. $26,200.

The French Shoes.

It didn’t take long for Maison Corthay to gain renown — founded in 1990, by 2009 the French government awarded its art director the highest possible recognition of French craftsmanship, Master of Art. Corthay shoes are known for their distinctive silhouette, sleek lines, and smooth contours. Its Arca derby shoe — shown here with a blue patina, in navy — boasts patent calf leather, a 1-inch stacked heel, tapered toe, two-eyelet lace-up front, leather lining and soles, and a goodyear-welted sole. $2,100.

The English Cuff Links.

Deakin & Francis has been producing fine cuff links in English workshops for seven generations. These textured, round, white-gold cuff links exhibit an undeniably classic look, with 18-karat fronts and whale-back closures. $4,848.

The Cognac.

LOUIS XIII de Rémy Martin is produced using wine grapes from the Grande Champagne territory of Cognac, France. An exceptional blend of some 1,200 century-old eaux-de-vie brings hundreds of aromas to the cognac, which is aged up to 100 years in centuries-old casks. No two hand-blown crystal decanters are the same; each is a synchronization of 11 craftsmen. $3,000.

Photos courtesy Neiman Marcus; Cognac photo courtesy LOUIS XIII