SUITSUPPLY RELAUNCHES ITS RIGA STORE
September 2019 Suitsupply, the globe-spanning European brand renowned for its focus on expertly crafted men’s tailoring, reopens the doors of its newly refurbished store in Riga, Latvia. “Our Riga store has enjoyed a successful run, and it’s only getting more popular,” says CEO and founder Fokke de Jong. “So, we thought it was about time to update the small boutique location with more room in which our customers can find their perfect fit.” Residence can look forward to a wider selection, a more spacious layout, and more services in an inviting atmosphere, while getting outfitted from head to toe.
Re-launched on September 18th, Suitsupply Riga has been spruced up with all-new furniture and modern fittings in the signature Suitsupply style—all in 200 square meters of easily accessible, fully stocked shopping space. Furthermore, the new re-fit will include spacious casual wear displays and a dedicated Custom Made to Measure area. Located in the central business district at Galleria Riga Shopping Centre, the new shop continues to bring personally tailored style to the lively city center. Outside Latvia, Suitsupply operates in Europe, Russia, Mexico, Canada, the US and China, with preparations for new stores in the US, South America and Asia underway.
In an industry where fast fashion dominates, and craftsmanship is disappearing, Suitsupply introduces a better option: one where no attention to detail or quality is ever spared. They have received widespread accolades from the likes of GQ, Esquire, and perhaps most notably, a Wall Street Journal blind test that rated a $600 Suitsupply suit in a first-place tie with a $3,600 Armani.
Founded in Europe in 2000, Suitsupply has since grown to over 125 international stores in cities such as Milan, London, Zurich, Amsterdam, New York, Toronto, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong, and, in addition to their expanding brick-and-mortar locations, maintains a strong online presence, allowing them to bring their style and top-tier service to all corners of the planet.