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Although Suitsupply originally scheduled its SoCal debut for this spring, the European menswear label has decided to dip its toes in the West Coast by way of Bloomingdale's first. Last week, the stylish suiting company opened its first LA outpost inside the luxury department store at the Beverly Center, making it the brand's second Bloomie's shop-in-shop after its NYC outpost.
The 1,000-square-foot space offers the label's full range of modern and vintage-inspired suiting ($349 to $1,149), sharp shirting ($79 and up), basics and casualwear, accessories, footwear, and more, plus in-house tailoring and online order pick-up.
As far as that Robertson Boulevard boutique, Suitsupply tells us it's aiming for a spring 2016 opening.