"Each according to their needs" is ok in theory, but what if you just need to wrap yourself in some absolutely next-level threads?! For a local clothier freed from USSR-epression, check out Alexander Sozonov.
Just dropping a schload of new menswear, Soviet Union-born Sozonov was frustrated by his homeland's lack of sartorial variety (...and probably many, many other things), before emigrating to the US allowed him to start hawking his own handsewn shirts in our nation's capital, which for all he knew, was also our nation's fashion capital! Baryshnikov-worthy button-ups include long-sleevers like a blue-striped joint with a separate cuff pattern and gray-striped sleeve pocket, a curious white-striper with a lone offset red stripe left of the placket, and a double breast-pocketed, military-inspired black number made from a cotton/nylon fusion for a "more flexible fit", which clearly wasn't that military inspired, as those dudes bend for no one. He's also just-dropping winter gear like a cotton charcoal flannel with a grey/black pattern and double breast-pockets, and a waist-sitting, vintage military jacket made from wool & mohair, and fastened with a total of 16 different vintage buttons, making it only 21 away from being employee of the month at Chotchkie's.
Because the Russians have a proud tradition of wearing pants, Sozonov'll also custom-craft you a pair of jeans with the design, fabric, and fit of your choice -- though be careful not to go too tight with the last one, lest you hurt your chances of according yourself any fertility.