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Indochino continues US expansion

INDOCHINO has opened its first Brooklyn showroom at 161 Court Street.

This is its first of up to 20 showrooms to open in 2019 and the fourth in New York, the fast-growing retailer’s largest market.

The 2,500 s/f showroom is situated in the Cobble Hill neighborhood where independent shops, contemporary brands and international retailers has created a prime shopping district.

According to the retailer, the new showroom offers “a highly engaging experience, personalized for every shopper.”

Upon arrival, customers are paired with a Style Guide who walks them through hundreds of fabrics and complimentary customizations.

Armed with an iPad, they design their custom garments, which are then made to their precise measurements and shipped directly to their door within two weeks, hassle free.

“Brooklynites are passionate about their community so we’re grateful to introduce our world class shopping experience to this neighborhood and become part of the community, long term,” said Drew Green, President and CEO of INDOCHINO.

“New York is our largest North American market, so Brooklyn is a natural next step for us as we explore beyond Manhattan. We look forward to inspiring a new generation of men to dress with confidence through our innovative retail approach that allows them to create one-of-a-kind garments, tailored just for them.”

This is INDOCHINO’s 39th showroom in North America, complementing New York’s Madison Avenue, SoHo and Financial District locations.

In the wider Tri-State area, the retailer has a location in Short Hills, with showrooms in Greenwich, Manhasset and Paramus confirmed to open in 2019.

Bialow Real Estate represents INDOCHINO in all of its U.S. real estate.

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