Suitsupply opens at Miami Beach

Suitsupply is a market defining brand showing strong international growth. Their range is wide and versatile and consists of jackets and trousers, shirts, accessories and shoes that allow customers to purchase pret a porter fashion items as well as made-to-measure garments. Now Suitsupply, a European menswear brand, celebrated the grand opening of its first South Florida store on last week, taking a top floor space and rooftop terrace off Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. Here is more information about Suitsupply :


According to Real Deal :

“The shop, which sells men’s suits and other apparel and accessories for men, is the first tenant in a new glass-enclosed building at 1000 17th Street, developed by Scott Robins. Suitsupply will have 4,000 square feet on the third floor, as well as a 1,700 square-foot terrace. Suitsupply CEO Fokke de Jong and Vice President Nish de Gruiter celebrated the grand opening, along with Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco, Michael Comras and others. Suitsupply’s terrace in Miami Beach is fashioned as a lounge area with palm trees, where customers can relax while waiting for alterations. It is the company’s second store featuring a terrace; it’s first is in Chicago. In all, Suitsupply currently has nearly 70 stores worldwide, including in New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Mexico City, Milan, London, Amsterdam, Brussels and Shanghai. Soon to open is a store in Los Angeles, as well as a second store in Shanghai.”


According to Urban Daddy :

“Suitsupply, a new penthouse operation from the European suit purveyors with tailor-made shirts and pants and a foosball situation on the rooftop terrace, now open in South Beach. Yes, Suitsupply has brought its sharp-looking wares to our fine city. The likes of which have been worn by Bruno Mars and Tim Gunn—if that sort of thing matters to you. Anyway, makes for good enough reason to consider the following, This is a 4,000-square-foot glass-enclosed suiting mecca that uses Italian fabrics like Vitale Barberis Canonico and Ferla. Browse away. The rows upon rows of collared shirts. They’re made from Egyptian cotton and French linen from Italian mills. Brown leather derby shoes. Italian calf suede loafers. All designed in-house and made by Antonio Maurizi in Italy.”


According to Herald :

“The Suitsupply brand combines European styling and fabrics with in-store service and tailoring. Suitsupply designs, manufactures and distributes their collections through their own system, making them more affordable than other designer suit brands. Most Suitsupply suits cost between $400 and $1,000, compared to other designer brands such as Zenga and Canali whose starting suit prices are over $1,000. The 4,500 square foot store, located at the corner of Michigan and 17th Street in Miami Beach, is as interesting to look at as the collection it houses. It is accompanied by a 1,500 square foot roof-top terrace, where customers can sip on coffee and beer or play foosball while their alterations are done in-store.”


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