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December 4, 2017

Knot Standard Partners to open first Dormeuil Luxury Holiday Shop in New York City

US-based custom menswear manufacturer Knot Standard has partnered with the French luxury fabric producer Dormeuil to establish a new December Holiday shop on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

US-based custom menswear manufacturer Knot Standard has partnered with the French luxury fabric producer Dormeuil to establish a new December Holiday shop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Reported to be Dormeuil’s first retail store outside Paris and Tokyo, the Knot Standard Holiday Shop will be open from 1 December until 22 December at 989 Madison Avenue, New York City, US.

Knot Standard CEO John Ballay said: “In our mission to continuously reinvent the menswear experience, we are excited to deliver the Knot Standard brand through this unique partnership with Dormeuil from Paris, fabric masters since 1842.”

“With Dormeuil cloth, Knot Standard offers garments constructed with fabric at the very height of the quality spectrum.”

Both companies intend to offer a new line of luxury custom products, including suiting, blazers and chinos, to its customers.

The new Holiday Shop will feature Dormeuil fabrics, which will be an exclusive product available only at this location.

Spread over 1,000ft², the new luxury shop will also include Knot Standard’s proprietary technology that enables the customer to digitally design and visualise hundreds of fabric options to create their own unique custom garments.

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Established in 1842, Dormeuil is a designer and producer of luxury fabrics.

Dormeuil president Dominic Dormeuil said: “We create our fabrics by sourcing the finest raw materials in the world combined with modern production methods. With Dormeuil cloth, Knot Standard offers garments constructed with fabric at the very height of the quality spectrum.”