As you might imagine, with this kind of rarity comes a hefty price tag, and the fully lined suit like Cruise’s from the Solo Otto collection costs over $8,000. But even if you can’t afford this specific suit (or even one of Isaia’s $4,000 off-the-rack models), there’s an important lesson to be learned: In a menswear world where suits aren’t king of the hill anymore, it’s important to make each tailoring choice as memorable as possible. Memorability can come via the pattern of the suit, the fit, the quality, or all of the above. At Cruise’s age, the best bet is to keep one’s swerves tame, regardless of price (hence the subtle check-pattern navy suit). And while we can’t speak for him, we know we’d get some sense of internal joy in knowing our suit is one of only eight in the entire world. That’s the kind of thing that can make any guy feel like a star, and it’s why suiting up is still the easiest way to look one’s best.