Anto Distinctive Shirtmaker

Anto Distinctive Shirtmaker

It is said that clothing makes the man…and for the past 50 years the best dressed men in Hollywood have begun their wardrobe with Anto Beverly Hills.

Founded by Anto Sepetjian, and run today by his son’s Jack and Ken, Anto has become the quintessential shirtmaker in Hollywood today, with their custom men’s shirts featured in almost every major film made and have been worn by everyone from Sinatra to DiCaprio.

Michael Douglas, Shia Labeouf - "Wall Street 2 - Money Never Sleeps"

Anto’s film credits include “Alice In Wonderland,” “Inception,” “Iron Man 2,” “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” “Nixon,” “Oceans 13,” “Spiderman,” “The Hangover” and most recently “Wall Street 2 – Money Never Sleeps.” Anto’s celebrity clientele is equally as impressive, and includes Ben Affleck, Josh Brolin, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro, Johnny Depp, Michael Douglas and Harrison Ford, to name a few.

Leonardo DiCaprio & Joseph Gordon Levitt - "Inception"

With design, manufacturing, and distribution under one roof, Anto has provided their clientele with exceptional custom shirtmaking, with the finest attention to detail and craftsmanship.

Today Anto has expanded its operation with a second location in Sherman Oaks, CA. With over 10,000 square feet of space the new facility handles all production on site as well as maintains a client library of more than 9,000 patterns that serves as a record of changing styles through time. The store has become a treasured archive for costumers and stylists alike. http://www.antoshirt.com

Matt Damon, George Clooney, Brad Pitt - "Ocean's 13"

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