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Vancouver-based custom menswear company Indochino is bringing its successful ‘Traveling Tailor’ pop-up store to the United States. First stop: Chicago. Located in the Great Hall at Chicago Union Station, Indochino’s fit-specialists will measure and style Chicago's dapper masculine sector for seven days straight; from Tuesday, August 14 to Monday, August 20.
As Indochino's co-founder and CEO, Kyle Vucko, points out, "Men have generally been treated like second-class fashion retail citizens and Traveling Tailor is part of our vision to change that." Appointments with an Indochino fit-specialist and stylist can be made on the Indochino's Traveling Tailor page or at the pop-up once it opens.
· Traveling Tailor [Indochino]
· Indochino [Official Site]