From the Nominator
Stanford alumnus Juhn Maing wanted to dress professionally for work. Just one problem: He was skinny. His quest for properly fitting clothes took him on a journey through the world's tailoring traditions, from Savile Row (too structured) to Naples (too unstructured) and ultimately to Sicily (just right). Along the way, he became an accidental maven of menswear: a blogger, an author and, now, a business owner who brings traveling Sicilian tailors to the United States.
From the Judges
A combination of an alumni profile and a history lesson in Italian tailoring, this piece is likely to pique the reader's interest. The informative content provides a good showcase of the alumnus, and includes an informative presentation of relevant background material related to his sartorial career. The relatable and interesting text has great flow and simple explanations of topics. The graphics, sidebars and photographs contribute to a beautiful design that provides an appropriate setting for the writing.