08 Mar. 2012
SUITSUPPLY OPENS STORE IN DUESSELDORFAmsterdam-based menswear company Suitsupply has opened its first store in Duesseldorf. The modern 540 sqm store is based on Königsallee 61 at the corner of Graf-Adolf-Platz. Founded 10 years ago, Suitsupply runs 40 own stores in New York, Shanghai, London, Milan, Brussels and Amsterdam with new openings in Washington and Chicago to follow this year. In Germany Suitsupply plans to expand to Frankfurt, Hamburg and Berlin.
The stores attract younger men who go for the current fitted, formal styles as opposed to the boxy suits and more casual office wear of their fathers' generation. Cool and young but correct suits in excellent fittings are at the heart of the assortment. Italian fabrics, modern cuts, brightly colored linings and narrow lapels are typical of the collection. Shirts and ties are presented on a huge wall and a tailoring atelier is part of the service.
The price range starts at €259 and goes up to€ 399 for suits. Suitsupply's turnover was reported at about e70 million in 2010 (an increase of 35 %) and will reach €100 million at the end of 2012, predicts owner Fokke de Jong.
Shirts and ties are presented on a huge wall and a tailoring atelier is part of the service.
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