by Stephen Garner
NBC Olympic Broadcaster Ahmed Fareed wearing Indochino

NBC Olympics has selected Indochino to suit up over a dozen select NBC Olympics and Telemundo broadcasters for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, taking place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23rd through August 8th. The announcement was made today by Ryan Soucy, vice president of Olympic operations at NBC, and Drew Green, president and CEO of Indochino.

Over the past few months, NBC Olympics and Telemundo broadcasters including Ahmed Fareed, Akabar Gbajablamila, Damon Hack, Matt Iseman, Jimmy Roberts, Andrés Cantor, and primetime host Mike Tirico have visited Indochino showrooms nationwide to be measured, and to choose fabrics and specific design elements for their in-studio wardrobe, allowing them to create suiting that expresses their personality and is made just for them.

“We’re thrilled that NBC Olympics chose Indochino to suit up more than a dozen broadcasters for the games,” said Green. “Millions of fans will be tuning in each night to see the world’s top athletes compete, and we’re proud to help NBC’s on-air talent look and feel their best as they cover the pinnacle of international sporting competitions.”

“Indochino provides a top-notch luxury, made to measure experience at an accessible price point and has a history of dressing high profile athletes as well as world-class sports teams,” added NBC Olympic stylist Amy Acton of the Acton Style Group. “Working with Indochino to outfit such a large group of diverse talent just seemed like a natural fit.”