Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
Dash's of Old Town is pleased to announce that their Spring 2014 Trunk Show will be held on April 4th, 5th and 6th with fifth generation Italian suit maker, Luigi Bianchi Mantova. Luigi Bianchi executive Andrea Benedini will join Dash's of Old Town for all three days. For this event only, custom made Italian fabric suits will be offered at $975 - $1550 (a savings of $500 - $875 per suit). Dash's latest swatch books include fabrications from Ermenegildo Zegna, Loro Piana, Cerruti, Guabello, Vitale Barberis and other famous Italian fabric mills.
All custom made suits include your choice of fabric and lining with pick stitching and functional buttons. Personalization and finishing are provided at no extra cost.
Dash’s also carries the highly popular line of L.B.M. 1911 soft jackets. These coats offer a casual sartorial look and feel with soft shoulders and a variety of different patterns, fabrics and silhouettes.
What: Luigi Bianchi Mantova Trunk Show
Where: Dash's of Old Town, 1114 King St., Alexandria, VA 22314
When: April 4th, 5th & 6th
Please RSVP by calling 703.299.4015 or online at: http://www.dashsofoldtown.com/Appointments.aspx
About Dash’s of Old Town
Dash's brings a highly knowledgeable, client-centric approach to the luxury clothing industry. The entire collection is custom made for Dash's giving customers a more rarefied choice in garments offered. All suits are made in Italy and hand-finished in Old Town, Alexandria. Dash's is passionate about men's clothing, and strives to ensure clients always feel satisfied with the quality, craftsmanship, value and services offered. Dash's of Old Town received the Best of Alexandria Award in back to back years, 2012 and 2013, in the Men's Clothing category and was recently recognized by Washington Flyer Magazine in December 2013 as one of the Best Men's wear shops in the Washington, DC area.
Dash’s of Old Town was established in 2005 in response to the trends in the high-end clothing market - clothiers and department stores were relying on labels to sell stock and taking advantage of an uninformed public. In addition, many sales associates were uninformed about the very garments they were selling. As a result, the details and finer points that make a wardrobe truly stunning were overlooked; people were paying more, but dressing worse. Dash's was created to change all this.