Lynn Bartlett grew up in Fort Madison, Iowa where her family owned a GM car dealership. After graduation she moved to Chicago to study at the Harrington Institute of Design. Jeffrey and Lynn were married in 1988 and moved to Cincinnati.
Lynn is the managing partner for Jeffrey Bartlett in charge of marketing and web design for the business. They frequently travel to Italy, New York and Toronto to look for new suppliers and inspiration.
Jeff and Lynn have three grown children and two grandchildren. When they are not working in the business they can be found sailing, traveling and spending time with family.
Lynn is involved with several charities. She has dedicated alot of time to the American Cancer Society because cancer took the life of her father, with whom she was very close.
Jeffrey Bartlett grew up in Fort Madison, Iowa where his mother and grandmother had a dress making business. Jeffrey's 30+ years of tailored clothing experience began in 1986 in Chicago, with "The Custom Shop", a 70 store retail chain of custom clothing.
In the Spring of 1988, Jeffrey moved to Cincinnati to work with Ed Heimann, Hamilton Tailors, makers of the Master's "Green Jacket". In that same year he was also introduced to Bud Magliano, Magliano Pant Company who was president of the Custom Tailors & Designers Association.
In the Spring of 1992, Jeffrey Bartlett Clothiers was established. This allowed Jeffrey more freedom to source fabrics from any mill in the world and to study from the best tailors. Notables include: Martin Greenfield in Brooklyn, who makes clothing for the better retailers in New York City. Adrian Roberti in Rochester, who was the head tailor for Hickey Freeman in 1964 and Lou Myles in Toronto, who was Frank Sinatra's personal tailor.
Jeffrey Bartlett has served on the National Board of Directors for the Custom Tailors and Designers Association. The association is an educational resource for the custom tailors and designer's industry. Jeffrey Bartlett Clothiers success has come from the ability to listen to our clients and to build on those relationships.
Mimi Goodrich grew up here in Cincinnati and earned a degree from the University of Cincinnati in fashion. She also received a Master's from Xavier University.
Mimi's love of fashion, interior design and fine art came from her mother Skippy. Skippy was a graphic artist, fashion illustrator and fine artist.
Taking inspiration from designer Tom Ford, she has been mentored by Jeffrey Bartlett. Mimi takes pride in listening to her clients, learning their individual tastes and creating gorgeous wardrobes for many of Cincinnati's well dressed gentlemen.