Dutch menswear retailer Suitsupply officially opens in Canada this February 20th at 9-11 Hazelton Avenue in Toronto reports Retail-Insider.com.
The Toronto location will be Suitsupply’s first store in Canada and will occupy about 4,800 sq feet of the converted mansion’s space.
“Toronto isn’t just Canada’s largest city,” says Suitsupply founder and CEO, Fokke de Jong. “It’s also one of the world’s style capitals — a vibrant and diverse city. Our decision to expand into this market was from the demand of our Canadian clients. We wanted to give them a store in the Toronto community and we’re proud that we can deliver what they’ve been asking us for.”
Aside from offering top of the line men’s clothing ‘made from the finest fabrics from top Italian mills such as Larusmiani and Vitale Barberis Canonico, Suitsupply will also offer an in-house tailor bar to cater to any alterations customers might want to have on their purchases.
Be sure to check out the new Suitsupply store at the Yorkville neighbourhood for a relaxing day of menswear shopping.