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They've passed through on fleeting occasions previously, but now Indochino is looking to settle down with New York City. The Canadian-based online custom menswear brand is opening at 435 Broome Street this Wednesday, September 10th, and is currently accepting one-on-one appointments for measurements and styling.
"Our pop-up stores taught us a lot about who our customers are and how they like to shop, and now we are using this knowledge to make the transition to full scale retail," CEO and co-founder Kyle Vucko said in a statement, noting that New York is their "biggest customer base." They'll be joining like-minded menswear purveyors Suitsupply and Acustom Apparel in the neighborhood.
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