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February 5, 2017

INDOCHINO to expand retail presence in Canada and US

Made-to-measure menswear retailer INDOCHINO is planning to expand its retail presence in the US and Canada, by opening new showrooms.

Made-to-measure menswear retailer INDOCHINO is planning to expand its retail presence in the US and Canada, by opening new showrooms.

Under the proposed plan, the company will open eight new showrooms by the end of this year.

The company will open three stores in Edmonton, Calgary and Greater Vancouver, Canada, with plans to open the other five in the US.

INDOCHINO CEO Drew Green said: "This year, we're almost doubling our showroom network as we focus on significantly expanding our experiential retail model.

"This year, we're almost doubling our showroom network as we focus on significantly expanding our experiential retail model."

"As we continue to bring our unique showrooms to more cities and introduce custom clothing as an attractive and affordable alternative to ready-to-wear, we're beginning to change the way a generation of men suit up."

The company initially provided made-to-measure clothing online and opened its first permanent bricks-and-mortar location in 2014.

INDOCHINO is exploring expansion into new markets in major cities such as Washington DC and Chicago, where the company has a growing online customer base.

The retailer currently operates stores in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Beverly Hills in the US, as well as in Toronto, Mississauga, Ottawa and Vancouver in Canada.


Image: An expert style guide will help customers to design their one-of-a-kind suit or shirt at INDOCHINO stores. Photo: courtesy of INDOCHINO.