Dutch men’s retailer Suitsupply is coming to Yorkville this fall
Suitsupply, a hugely successful menswear label headquartered in Amsterdam, is launching its first Canadian outpost in Yorkville this fall. For those who haven’t been to the brand’s stores in Europe, the U.K. and New York, it’s known for its off-the-rack suits made from Italian fabric and priced around $500. (It also won New York magazine’s “best suits” award last year, clothed the Dutch Olympic team in London and has been called a “wardrobe go-to” by Tim Gunn—not bad for a company that started in a dorm room.) Expanding into Canada was a “no-brainer,” said a Suitsupply rep, because Canadians were flocking to the New York store and a big chunk of the brand’s online traffic was coming from Toronto. The store will be at least 5,000 square feet and will carry the full collection, including casual wear, bags, and accessories. No word yet on whether the company will also be bringing its infamously racy ads to Canada.