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Treccani Milano launches custom golf polo shirt line
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Feb '13
Prestige brand Treccani Milano is enjoying a major upswing with the introduction of its new line of custom golf polo shirts. This highly anticipated product expansion comes after the recent launches of coveted handmade leather golf bags and shoes from the Italian company -- and just in time for spring, when devoted golfers head back to the links to master their game.

"After the overwhelmingly positive response to our custom golf shoes and custom golf leather bags from all over the world, my wife Nicole Branicky and I decided to complement them with custom golf polo shirts," explains Emanuele Bonasia, Co-Founder of Treccani Milano.

The new line means that enthusiasts of the luxury brand can now enjoy a wider range of products and bespoke services made with authentic Italian craftsmanship. Available for men and women, the shirts can be ordered at its flagship boutique in Toronto's trendy Yorkville neighbourhood or with the assistance of a personal shopper. Once a custom order is placed, it is sent to artisans in the company's Milan bottega (Italian for lab) who then create the shirt to the customer's exact specifications - size and otherwise.

In addition to a personalized fit, Treccani Milano offers clients the opportunity to specify down to the finest details to create polo shirts that are as unique as their golf putts. Options include a vast array of colors (single or combination) in 100% cotton piquet or stretch from a cotton mill in Switzerland, a choice of pocket, sleeve length, stitching colour and buttonhole colour. Other features include selecting the colour, shape and thickness of the mother of pearl button, as well as shirt monograms. While no minimum order is required, production of each shirt takes four weeks, and worldwide shipping is available on all products. 

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