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Indochino's Traveling Tailor Pops Up in Meatpacking

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Image via Indochino
Image via Indochino

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Vancouver, BC-based bespoke suiting company Indochino does most of its work digitally—by gathering a set of measurements and letting customers select fabric and details, they ship custom suits for a fraction of the cost. Terrified by the idea of accurately measuring your own inseam? Just head to their Meatpacking District pop up and have a pro do it for you.

The brand will resurrect its Traveling Tailor concept—previously held at Grand Central Station back in October—this summer from July 12th through 28th. Their Summer Collection will be front and center, will a focus on summer weight fabrics like seersucker and linen, as well as some new suit, shirt, blazer, and chino options for the warmer days.

You'll need to book an appointment before heading over to build your custom suit, which starts at $449. As an added bonus, they'll be throwing in a gift set worth $80.
· Traveling Tailor [Indochino]
· Indochino's Traveling Tailor [Racked NY]

Indochino Traveling Tailor

29 Little West 12th Street, NY, NY