Martin Greenfield survived the Holocaust to become one of America’s most celebrated tailor. Now, at 92, his legacy is at stake

Maximilian Grünfeld spoke Yiddish, lived in Czechoslovakia, lost his family to Nazi concentration camps,and had no business experience. Today,92-year-old bon vivant-about-town Martin Greenfield lives in Brooklyn, speaks English, hand-tailors suits for US presidents, and runs a bespoke clothing empire with high society clients and friends. Mr. Greenfield is the story of how one man became the other, against all odds, and how he now grapples with his own legacy. A story about what it means to remain human, no matter how high or low you fly, and how to find a sense of hope in even the most adverse situations.