Men’s custom clothier Indochino is set to open its first store in Brooklyn this week.
The made-to-measure suit maker is taking up residence in the former BookCourt space at 161 Court Street in Cobble Hill. The former quaint wooden storefront has been replaced by a new modern one.
The 2,500-square-foot space will be Vancouver-based Indochino’s 39th location and fourth in New York. Anyone who buys a suit in the Brooklyn store in its first two weeks will get a free shirt or pair of chinos, promises the retailer.
The clothes are priced like ready to wear — suits and coats start at $399; chinos and shirts at $79 — and take two weeks to ship. Opening day is set for Friday, January 18, a rep told Brownstoner.
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