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Suitsupply Delivers at New York Fashion Week: Men

On February 5th at Cadillac House in New York City, Suitsupply, the European men’s fashion brand known for their expert tailoring, eye for detail, and use of only the finest Italian fabrics, brings a refined new collection for their FW18 showing during New York Fashion Week: Men.

With an Earth tone-rich foundation of sand, camel and pale browns, the brand presents a line featuring moleskin, ultra-soft baby alpaca, and brushed flannel for a luxe collection that’s as elegant as it is utilitarian. Cold, silver-grey shades and washed-out pinks in cashmere are complemented by emerald and army green highlights, bringing a sleek, clean aesthetic to the newest line of suits, knits, and outerwear. Rugged fabrics permeate the collection with muted blue and rich stone-grey tones inspired by the timeless vintage collections of generations-old Biellesi mills—all punctuated by a vibrant array of dynamic textures and bold patterns.

Suitsupply was started by Fokke de Jong in 2000, and in 18 years has grown to over 90 stores across Europe, North America, and Asia. In addition to world cities locales like Amsterdam, New York, Singapore, Madrid, Copenhagen and Mexico City, uniquely imagined shops like a breezy beach house on Venice Beach’s Abbot Kinney Blvd., a converted Shanghai mansion, a swanky Miami Beach penthouse, and a 100-year-old Greenwich villa are brick-and-mortar extensions of the brand ethos, “Don’t fit in, find your perfect fit”. The company is privately held, and holds a very strong e-commerce presence, allowing them to bring that same high-quality tailoring and personal service to customers around the world.”

Click here to learn more about Suitsupply.


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