Starting my career in the finance industry, I witnessed first hand how little time and patience professional men have for most shopping methodologies. Savile Row Society brings shopping solutions to this gentleman, at his convenience.
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 13, 2015
Savile Row Society(SRS) the premier, personal shopping platform designed to transform men’s shopping through a seamless, omni-channel service, today announced new alliances with leading custom clothing makers Manuel Racim, Label.Co, Tailory NYC and Alexander West. Whether a gentleman is looking to acquire a boardroom-commanding new suit, an understated date night look or a purpose built wardrobe for a special weekend, SRS can accommodate.
Harkening back to the golden days of personal styling and shopping, SRS employs a cunning, crack-team of professional stylists and tailoring savants who can size-up a gentleman, listen to his wardrobe needs and preferences and recommend high quality, key essentials and accessories that will become staples and heirloom pieces in his closet for years to come.
With these key new partnerships SRS stylists can work with customers both in-person and online at Savil.me, and quickly facilitate ordering a custom suit and an array of perfectly fitting dress shirts in a variety of elegant colors and fabrics. The in-person custom clothing appointments are available first in New York City as a pilot program and soon will expand to other cities and incorporate additional best-in-class custom clothiers who are passionate about their craft.
Savile Row Society is the first service of its kind to provide a seamless online platform for both personal styling and custom suiting, a revolutionary one-stop-shop for men who prize efficiency, and who want every aspect of their wardrobe - from cufflinks and pocket squares, to dress shirts, shoes and socks - to be coordinated and of the highest quality.
“Starting my career in the finance industry, I witnessed first hand how little time and patience professional men have for most shopping methodologies. Savile Row Society brings shopping solutions to this gentleman, at his convenience,” said Lisa Dolan, CEO of Savile Row Society. Savile Row Society COO Matt Markezin Press, who also hails from the finance world, asserts: “By providing access to these premium custom clothiers in one place we are able to further live up to the name ‘Savile Row Society’ by bringing the best of London tailoring traditions to our global audience.”
Using a mixture of proprietary and public technologies, SRS stylists work with busy professionals wherever they are in the world and give them a seamless wardrobe building experience. Employing cutting edge virtual styling tools and the most popular video conferencing services enables Savile Row Society clients the ability to quickly choose from a variety of premium, legacy menswear brands.
To ensure that their clients have an unforgettable experience, SRS works with both the best stylists and the best brands in the world. Their roster of talent includes wardrobe and personal style consultants who have dressed Royalty, celebrities and top executives all over the world, contributed to publications such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle and Numero, and have been seen on Fox, E! News, NBC, CBS and more. Their more than 80 best-in-class brands include Barbour, Lacoste, Hook & Albert, Paul Evans, Haspel, Edward Armah, Alan Paine, Margo Petitti, Tateossian and Daniel Wellington.
ABOUT SAVILE ROW SOCIETY:
Savile Row Society is a premier, web-based personal shopping platform designed to transform men’s shopping through a seamless, omni-channel style service. The one-stop shopping destination caters to every wardrobe need from suiting to shoes to accessories. SRS offers more than 85 best-in-class brands including Barbour, Lacoste, Allen Edmonds, and Daniel Wellington. For more information about Savile Row Society, please visit – http://www.SAVIL.me.
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