Toronto’s Indochino Showroom Opens A New Permanent King East Location

Above: The new permanent Indochino Showroom on King Street East in Toronto

Indochino is setting down some proper roots in Toronto. The popular etailer has opened a permanent flagship showroom at 143 King Street East.

Located in the downtown core, adjacent to the design district, the new 3,680 square foot east-side showroom offers a luxurious, salon-style shopping experience and even a dedicated Groom’s Lounge.

The new permanent location is exciting news for GTA gents. The brand originally invaded Toronto with their much-hyped ‘Traveling Tailor’ pop-up shop in summer 2014. Following the successful pop-up, the online menswear shop opened the doors to their first semi-permanent brick and mortar showroom at the corner of Spadina and King Street West.

“We’ve had an unbelievable year in Toronto,” Kyle Vucko, Indochino’s co-founder and CEO said in a release. “We see a great future in the city and are recognizing this with a stunning flagship store that we hope will inspire men across the city to dress their best every day.”

Toronto's Indochino showroom has moved to a new permanent King East location

Indochino’s world of custom suits revolves around the Vancouver-based company’s re-imagining of custom made-to-measure clothing that is actually affordable for the average guy. Customers can design a bespoke suit from a seemingly limitless combination of customizable options including: style, colour of lining, lapel width, pocket style, and monogramming. Suits start at $449 and shirts from $79, with accessories also available for purchase.

Appointments are required when stopping by Indochino’s new permanent brick and mortar showroom in Toronto and you can make them here).

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