The winter 2016 collection features an array of wool, silk and cashmere blend suits, 100 percent cotton shirts, and 100 percent silk ties and pocket squares. The collection’s deep blues and bold grays, plus warm wintry tones of burgundy, teal and chestnut, are inspired by five themes.
Suits from the winter collection start at $799 and shirts from $129. The collection is available online and at Indochino showrooms in New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto and Vancouver. The formal wear will be available exclusively to showroom customers in October and launch online in early November.
Indochino’s new line of made-to-measure overcoats launches exclusively in showrooms on October 17, priced at $699. Available in black, teal and burgundy, customers are able to choose from two styles – single breasted and double breasted – and customize lapels and lining for a look uniquely their own.
“With the cold weather approaching, we wanted to give men something warm and distinguished to complement their suit – which is why we are thrilled to introduce outerwear as a new product category,” said Tom Kearnan, director of fashion at Indochino. “We also focused on evening wear, revisiting classic rat pack styles. Of course, these are just two elements of an enormous collection of versatile made-to-measure tailored clothing guaranteed to keep any man looking sharp this winter, whatever the occasion.”
“We’ve made huge strides over the past twelve months,” added Drew Green, CEO of Indochino. “In 2016, after launching four collections, we’re proud to have debuted hundreds of new fabrics, offering the widest variety of customizable suiting, season after season. We look to consistently expand our brand, product offerings and categories with each new collection. We’re continually refining our process to give our customers the best fit possible and, with the launch of our final collection of the year, Indochino has more to offer than ever before.”