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Gents: Menswear Retailer SuitSupply is Eyeing LA

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Suitsupply, the European menswear label that once launched Reddit-unapproved ad campaigns, is looking to dress LA gents. After unveiling their massive shop in Dallas' upscale department store Stanley Korshak this summer, COO Filipe Batáglia tells WWD that the retailer hopes to open stores in the City of Angels next year.

Per the industry trade pub, the modern men's brand—which operates 11 stores in the U.S.—is looking to open 100 locations in North America in the next five years, including in San Francisco and Miami. In addition to specializing in smartly-tailored suiting crafted from luxe fabrics, the brand also offers outerwear, shirts, footwear and accessories.
· Stanley Korshak Expands Men's Offering [WWD, sub req'd]
· SuitSupply [Official Site]
· Reddit Calls Out Suit Supply for 'Sleazy' Advertising [Racked Nat'l]