June 14, 2013 6:45 pm

Power dressing: John Auerbach

The international managing director of e-commerce at Christie’s New York loves ties that manage to find the perfect middle ground: not too skinny and not too wide

John Auerbach, 35, is international managing director of e-commerce at Christie’s New York. Prior to Christie’s, Auerbach was a founding member of the management team of the online shopping site Gilt Groupe, where he oversaw the men’s businesses.

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Suit by Martin Greenfield custom

Martin is one of the last true, old-school tailors still working in NYC. I was lucky enough to discover him through a friend and haven’t gone back to off-the-peg suits since. Martin’s perfect fit and details like brightly coloured linings and a pocket for my iPhone make it a pleasure to get dressed.

www.greenfieldclothiers.com

Shirt by Thom Browne

No one understands fit like Thom and I love his signature zips of colour on the inside panel of his shirts. I wear his shirts exclusively because they fit me so perfectly and because I like the old-school nature of the heavy Oxford cloth he uses. His signature grosgrain trim on the inside placket of his shirt works well with or without a tie.

www.thombrowne.com

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Tie by Saint Laurent

What I like about this tie is that it manages to find the perfect middle ground: not too skinny and not too wide.

www.ysl.com

Shoes by Gucci

Gucci is a prime example of the art of Italian shoemaking. I’ve had these shoes for several years now and haven’t retired them because the style continues to be relevant – and because they are so incredibly comfortable.

www.gucci.com

Watch by Rolex

I love to collect vintage watches. Wear gives a watch more character and this design, like all Rolexes, is truly timeless.

www.rolex.com

Belt by Sid Mashburn

Sid Mashburn is based in my home town of Atlanta and getting a chance to shop there is still a highlight of any trip back home.

www.sidmashburn.com

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