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Indochino launches fall/winter 2020 collection

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Aug '20
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Indochino, a Canadian global leader in custom apparel, has launched its Fall/Winter 2020 collection featuring limited edition suits, shirts, separates and coats plus brand new additions to its year-round line-up. Highlights include a life proof traveler suit and an expanded assortment of casual wear designed to fit today’s changing lifestyles.
 
“This year, plans have changed, events are postponed and many of us are working from home. And so, we’ve expanded our range of custom apparel to help people adapt their wardrobes with even more casual options alongside the latest formal wear,” Drew Green, CEO of Indochino, said in a press release. “Whatever life throws your way, our Fall Winter 2020 collection is designed to help you stay stylish, comfortable and confident through it all.” 
 
The Howell Traveler Suit is the perfect blend of low fuss and high style, as practical for catching the next train as it is for catching up with clients on video calls. Water, stain and wrinkle resistant technical wool makes it easy to take care of, while the lightweight fabric has a built-in stretch that adds a whole new level of comfort without compromising on style. Available in light gray, charcoal, blue and navy, this life proof suit is designed for just about anything. 
 
Indochino has expanded its casual wear assortment to meet the needs of people working from home. Joining its chinos range are new heavyweight corduroy and soft moleskin fabrics. Available in seasonal colours like red, olive, navy and tobacco, and as not only pants but a blazer or a full suit, these staples will carry anyone through the cooler months in style.  
 
Also launching is an array of casual shirts featuring specialty fibres like spandex, wool and tencel, plus optional soft collar and cuff customisations for increased comfort and style. All blazers and suits can now also be customised with an unconstructed shoulder for a more laid-back look. 
 
Indochino continues to broaden its selection of coats for fall. The new Hatton overcoat range in black, gray and navy is made from ultra-soft twill woven wool, making it lightweight and breathable for warmer climates. The heavier-weight Heartford overcoats are now available in 11 styles with new herringbone options and an eye-catching black-and-white houndstooth plaid. 
 
A wide variety of custom suits and shirts in fall materials, colours and patterns makes up the rest of Indochino’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection, which incorporates four themes: Casual Class - the muted, textured earth tones of country club clothing meet the rich reds and midnight blues of urban wear in this latest line-up of comfortable moleskins, corduroys, khakis and wools; Luxurious Living - a neutral palette rich in texture forms the basis of this sophisticated yet relaxed city look, featuring camel and grays in chalk stripe, herringbone and houndstooth; True Blues - from bold cobalts to slick royal blues, this crowd favourite colour has been rejuvenated from top to bottom, whether it’s an understated pattern or a classic solid fabric; and Sky High Silvers - for those looking to complete their corner office look (or home office for many), there's a collection of classic grays available in a range of stripes, checks and solids.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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