Suitsupply opens online shop for men’s fashion
By Standard Digital Reporter | November 14th 2013
|Suitsupply, the European men's fashion brand opens in Kenya (Photo: Courtesy)|
By Standard Digital Reporter
NAIROBI, KENYA: Its Christmas come early for fashion lovers as suitsupply, the European men's fashion brand arrives in Kenya.
Suitsupply combines high-quality tailoring, fine Italian fabrics, and time-honored craftsmanship to offer a collection of luxury suits, jackets, shirts, ties, coats, bags, knitwear, shoes, accessories and more.
Since September, the company opened its online shop www.suitsupply.com for buyers to order and receive their high-quality products within just 4 days to anywhere in the country all of this, for free.
It offers payment modes such as debit, credit cards which buyers can use to complete transaction from Kenyan bank or international and using Paypal. Suitsupply pays for all import duties and transportation.
"There is a growing interest and need for high-quality fashion in Kenya. It’s a market that is as equally challenging as it is exciting for any player in the industry. The launching of www.suitsupply.com in Kenya will be our gateway to bringing our signature high-quality tailoring, impeccable style and revolutionary men’s fashion concept to Africa," says CEO and founder Fokke de Jong explains.
Since 2000, Suitsupply’s concept of personalized service, modern fit and luxury fabric, has been well received by many diverse markets; fueling the rapid global expansion undertaken by the brand in the last few years.
The latest store openings were in Atlanta, Philadelphia and NYC’s Madison Avenue in the United States, Hamburg in Germany, and Shanghai in China.
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