INDOCHINO Launches FW21 Collection and Expands into Knitwear

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Fall Assortment Features Retro-inspired Suiting, Italian Flannels and Brand New Knits

INDOCHINO, the global leader in custom apparel, has introduced its Fall/Winter 2021 Collection today. The new assortment includes retro-inspired suiting and a new line of Italian fabrics. Plus, INDOCHINO’s first range of ready-to-wear knitwear launches this month in a range of styles and colors.

The world is experiencing a significant shift and, as we look ahead, we want to offer even more comfortable and casual options such as knitwear, as well as fashion-forward seasonal fabrics, said Drew Green, CEO of INDOCHINO. Our customers may be back in the office, working from home or somewhere in between, and we’re here to help them build their wardrobes—and their style confidence—on their own terms.

Retro-inspired fabrics form the basis of INDOCHINO’s new custom suiting collection. Bold glen checks and houndstooths are paired with rich camels for a look from a bygone era that’s suave and sophisticated. Textured corduroys and moleskins in ivory, tobacco, and mahogany are casually styled and worn both together and as separates for a modern take on 70’s favorites.

INDOCHINO’s Fall Assortment Features Retro-inspired Suiting, Italian Flannels and Brand New Knits (CNW Group/Indochino Apparel Inc.)

INDOCHINO is also launching the Monza range, a selection of high-end 100% wool fabrics from the Guabello mill in northern Italy. The perfect complement to the brand’s midweight Milano line, the Monza’s gray, olive, and stone blue fabrics add luxury, warmth, and pizzaz for the rapidly cooling weather.

For formal events and winter weddings, INDOCHINO’s luxurious velvet suits are now available as tuxedos, both in-store and online. Emerald, black, and navy fabrics feature in its brand campaign, while burgundy, purple and brown are more colorful options available.

With an aim to provide more comfortable and casual options, INDOCHINO is expanding into a new product category and launching its first ready-to-wear knitwear collection exclusively online. Customers will be able to add crew necks, short sleeve polos, and long sleeve polos in a range of sizes to their shopping cart.

Fall/Winter custom suits are priced at $429 USD, the Monza line is available for $549 USD and velvet dinner jackets are $399 USD. INDOCHINO knitwear is $79 USD.

As the global leader in made-to-measure apparel, INDOCHINO has developed the shopping experience of the future. Born out of the belief that you don’t need to spend a fortune on a custom wardrobe, INDOCHINO was the first company to disrupt the retail sector by making perfect-fitting, personalized apparel on a mass scale.

Customers take on the role of designer, picking out every detail of their garments to make them truly one-of-a-kind. These are made to their precise measurements and shipped directly to their door, hassle-free. The company’s Omni-channel approach allows them to shop online or in person at any INDOCHINO showroom.