Introducing INDOCHINO’s Fall 2016 Collection

KYJOWritten by guest bloggers Kylie & Jonathan from KYJO.

Kylie Martin & Jonathan Bluks are Toronto’s Male and Female Personal Style and Image Consulting Team. Dedicated to empowering the personal and business lives of clients, they align client clothing with personality, lifestyle, and professional goals. They believe that looking your best is crucial to feeling your best, which leads to greater confidence, performance, and life satisfaction.

Last week, INDOCHINO announced  the launch of its Fall 2016 Collection, introducing 160 new seasonal suiting fabrics and 100 shirt fabrics, as well as multiplying it’s men’s accessory options.

All we can say is “WOW”…That’s a lot of variety, and it’s safe to say that this fall, whatever you need to satisfy your addiction to menswear, you’ll be able to get it at INDOCHINO.

INDOCHINO began as an online retailer and has expanded to several retail locations across North America, making it the largest made-to-measure menswear brand in the market. Not bad for a Canadian company from Vancouver that started in less than 10 years ago.

Combining luxury fabrics, with perfect fit and customized style, INDOCHINO provides today’s style conscious man with with the ability to look and feel great – all without breaking the bank. With all those fabrics available, plus all the standard suit customizations like lapel styles, lining, collars, cuffs, monograms, and more, you can virtually create any suit that you can imagine.

“For fall, we’ve expanded our assortment to create our biggest and best collection ever, with a colour, texture and pattern to suit any occasion and any style,” says Tom Kearnan, Director of Fashion at INDOCHINO. “From subtle micro patterns to exploded checks and luxurious cashmere blends, to cavalry twill and flannel, these versatile tones will enable any man to own his style and express his individuality.”

“We’re committed to offering men everywhere exceptional choice and the sheer breadth and depth of this collection marks a monumental milestone for us,” adds Drew Green, CEO of INDOCHINO.

Suits from this Fall’s Collection start at $599 CAD, which when it comes to a great fitting suit, is a very affordable price point. The collection is divided into 4 major themes.

The Sound Session

The Sound Sessions

Inspired by styles that harken back to the days of seventies rock legends, these iconic looks speak volumes with both flannel and clean finished wools in classic houndstooth, herringbone, banker stripes and exploded plaids. Fabrics in every shade of blue are balanced with classic tans, olives and burgundy synonymous with the era. Get into these bad boys, channel your inner ego and get ready to fend off the groupies.

Pacific BluePacific Blue

 

Invigorating combinations of deep blues with splashes of light and colour will breathe new life into any man’s wardrobe, harnessing stormy shades of indigo, navy and teal in both cool solids and micropatterns warmed by accents of chestnut and burgundy. Each look is as dynamic, clean and powerful as the ocean, even if you’re nowhere near it.

Gray & Glass

Grey and Glass

Drawing from the world of architecture, these structured, monochromatic looks mean business, no matter what the business. Tight tonal weaves fill the spectrum from micro to exploded patterns, incorporating luxury silk and cashmere blends in every shade of gray. Sharp, sophisticated and up-to-the-minute, gray has never been so bold.

Evening Light

Evening Light

Like the sky of a late September sunset, expressive colours and dynamic patterns dominate this assortment, bringing together heavier weight corduroy and brushed fabrics in tonal patterns that intertwine the rich jewel tones of teal, burgundy and earth. This spectrum of rustic tones, plum highlights and bright accents will inspire no end of gazing.
To view the full INDOCHINO Fall ’16 Lookbook, click here

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Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Addicted Magazine. Her myriad of addictions include music, fashion, travel, technology, boxing and trying to make the world a better place. Nadia is also a feminist, an animal lover, and a neverending dreamer. Keep up with her on social media through @thenadiae.
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