Friday, August 30, 2013

Indochino Launches Modern Dandy Collection for Today’s Renaissance Man

VANCOUVER BC- August 26, 2013- Indochino, the global leader in custom menswear, is pleased to announce the launch of the Modern Dandy Collection. This collection offers timeless elegance with a dash of wit and whimsy in a full range of custom-made suits, shirts, blazers and outerwear--all ready to personalize.

The collection is ideal for modern men with great personal style looking to update their fall wardrobe.

“The modern dandy is a man who appreciates culture, lives life to the fullest and has a bias for quality in every aspect of his life,” explains Heikal Gani, Indochino Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer. “This collection is designed for that modern renaissance man.

The collection includes 8 suits in a variety of fall-ready materials such as flannel, herringbone and tweed, 8 pieces of outerwear, 13 casual shirts, and 22 accessories.

Standard customizations include monogramming and functional buttonholes, among others, and new collection customizations include suit options with wide peak lapels and double-breasted vests, and blazer options with elbow patches and woven leather buttons.

Shop the collection online at or in-person at Indochino’s Traveling Tailor pop-up stores across North America. The current Traveling Tailor pop-up will be in Portland at 922 SW Yamhill Street September 12th to 23rd. For up-to-date information on Traveling Tailor, visit

Indochino Facts at a Glance:

Indochino makes it possible for any man--regardless of size, budget or location--to measure, customize, and order great quality and affordable suits online and through retail pop-ups.

Custom suits start at $429.

Custom shirts start at $79.

Each suit is tailor-made to your unique measurements and specifications.

Select from 20 suit customization options and 8 shirt customization options to build the exact suit you want.

All customization options are complimentary.

Indochino offers free shipping on every order.

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