Indochino Introduces a Spring Wardrobe for the Gentleman Who is Going PlacesIndochino has launched its Spring 2015 collection, representing the best of what today’s modern man needs to get where he’s going.
VANCOUVER, BC - Indochino, a worldwide leader in custom menswear, has launched its Spring 2015 collection, representing the best of what today’s modern man needs to get where he’s going. Comprising an array of classic colors, from tan to midnight, and high quality fabrics, from chambray to cashmere, the collection is now available online at www.indochino.com and in showrooms. To view the lookbook, visit: www.indochino.com/collection/spring-2015.
“This year is about dressing for where you want to go, whether that’s getting ahead at work or achieving a personal goal,” said Tom Kearnan, Director of Merchandising for Indochino. “We have created a versatile collection of suits, shirts and separates for spring that evokes the strength and quiet confidence to help today’s modern man dress better than his boss, travel the world in sophisticated style, and stand out for all the right reasons at his next event.”
Colors, textures, and fabrics
A wider color spectrum is being introduced this season, from dark hues of indigo and midnight through to sophisticated shades of light gray and summer tans. Darker neutrals are brightened for spring with unexpected injections of copper, royal and cobalt blue, whilst on-trend black and white patterns offer a versatile and bold look. Shirting includes white, tonal grays and shades of blue.
In addition to strong solid colors, some suiting fabrics feature subtle patterns such as textured tonal weaves, windowpanes, prince of wales, glen, houndstooth and deco stripes. In shirting, prints and patterns include check, gingham, diamond, floral, leopard and polka dot.
Luxurious blends of wool with cashmere and silk are set to keep the stylish wearer cool through the warmer months. Lightweight and durable 100% cotton, 100% linen and wool-linen blends are practical for the approaching warmer weather—the wool-linen fabric blend doesn’t wrinkle like traditional cotton, which makes it easy to wear and great for traveling. Dobby, poplin, chambray and twill add a subtle texture to shirts.
Buy The Look
The lookbook for Spring 2015 includes abrand new Buy The Look feature, enabling guys to purchase a complete look in one click. Highlighted looks include:
- Midnight Blue Stitch Stripe Suit, Blue Herringbone Shirt, Retro Dark Forest Dot Tie and White Cotton Pocket Square
- Heather Gray Windowpane Suit worn with a Light Gray Check Shirt, Magenta Multi Dot Tie, White Cotton Pocket Square and Umbrella Tie Clip
- Tan Wool-Linen Twill Suit, Midnight Floral Poplin Shirt and White Cotton Pocket Square
A custom wardrobe
Situated in the heart of the Center City West Commercial Shopping District, Indochino will be opening its showroom within a 2,300 square foot storefront of a beautiful 100 year-old brownstone heritage building on the sixteen hundred block of Chestnut Street. While maintaining the historic Richardsonian Romanesque facade, the interior is undergoing extensive renovations to become an open concept showroom. For ease of accessibility, Indochino is just blocks from the SEPTA local and regional rail stations, and immediately across from the parking garage located at The Shops at Liberty Place.
Indochino is an industry innovator and worldwide leader in custom men’s apparel, helping guys in their pursuit of success by offering well-fitting and beautifully designed clothing that is high in quality, fairly priced and risk free.
Indochino suits start from $449 USD and shirts from $79 USD. Accessories, including ties, tie clips, cufflinks and pocket squares, are also available. Customers can order their one-of-a-kind garments online or in showrooms in Vancouver, Toronto, New York, San Francisco and Philadelphia.
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