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Knot Standard Opens First Store In Bloomingdales New York

Knot Standard, the first virtual menswear customization site for luxury suits and tuxedos, is taking the virtual luxury experience to the next level by partnering with Bloomingdales to open it’s first shop. The Knot Standard custom menswear boutique opened Thursday in Bloomingdale’s on 59th Street in New York City. 

The perfect suit is essential for a gentleman who walks out the door to handle business. The idea of a custom suit, a suit that fits you and only you. Your personal style, your body, your name on the inside seam, all of this is possible with Knot Standard. You can walk into the Bloomingdale’s store and be greeted by your personal stylist and this stylist will take your measurements and help you through the virtual design process! Get all your measurements the first time and there after ordering a suit will be a breeze.

The Knot Standard store carries more than 1,000 high quality fabrics sourced from the finest English and Italian mills including Holland & Sherry, Vitale Barberis, Reda, Loro Piana and Zegna. These top fabrics patterns can be digitally applied to the 3D model in real time. The Knot Standard store-in-store business model requires zero inventory and is powered by expert stylists and a 54 inch LED touchscreen, combining the best of old world tailoring service with new age technology.

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Founders of Knot Standard Matt Mueller and John Ballay

“Our store-in-store shop within Bloomingdale’s represents a milestone within the custom clothing industry. For the first time, 3D technology brings the customer experience above and beyond the traditional tailor fabric swatch books, and now allows clients to visualize full products before buying.”- John Ballay, CEO and Co-Founder of Knot Standard

Try their virtual studio out for yourself!

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