Written by. Jacky Le
Photography by. Rose Cao
Last week made to-measure menswear brand Indochino brought their sartorial prowess to the gritty streets of Toronto with their Traveling Tailor pop up shop. This was further proof that a well tailored suit can be a mans best secret weapon. The event attracted a handful of Toronto’s most debonair gentleman, from acclaimed fashion reporter Glen Baxter to an apropros appearance by Indochino CEO, Kyle Vucko. It seemed as if all of Toronto’s finest white collar gents were filing into the 426 King St W pop up location at once – all wanting to get their hands on their own Indochino suit, made famous for its quality customization.
Julio Reyes(above) of Fashionights getting measured by the Indochino team.
It was a west coast reunion at the Indochino Traveling Tailor event! TSL founder Anna with Style Calling’s Jessica Thompson alongside myself.
The bespoke suiting created by Indochino can be carefully customized to the finest detail – from a myriad of lapels and buttons to a luxurious Japanese Bemberg lining which can be embroidered with your own signature monogram. Indochino takes Savile Row quality right to your doorstep – gentlemen like myself who prefer shopping at their digital fingertips can order their suits custom made online. Another option for a limited time only is the “Traveling Tailor” pop up shop by Indochino, which will traveling to its final destination of Atlanta from May 16-23rd.
Folks over here in Toronto can revel in Indochino’s renowned tailoring services as their pop up shop will be available to the public until June 8th. Also available are a handful of dress shirts that come in styles such as oxford, pinstripe, gingham and solid. They also carry a handful of ties, pocket squares and tie clip options – all of which can be personalized to your own distinction. Fashion savvy guys like myself are usually stunned at the lack of unique style options that are offered to men. However, within a blink of an eye it seems Indochino has provided us boys with just as many sartorial options as the ladies. I’ll gladly take one in every color – Thank you!
For more information on Indochino and their Traveling Tailor pop up shop check out their official Facebook page here. Thank you to the wonderful team at Indochino for having us at their stellar event! Until next time readers, I’ll see you guys at my next Toronto adventure. Stay Social! xoxo.
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