NewYork (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Developed by UPCload, this new approach is revolutionizing modern day tailoring and expands Knot Standard's measurement capabilities. Previously clients could submit their measurements virtually and create their own garments.
The new technology will now scan a user's body dimensions via Webcam in the comfort of their own home or office. Knot Standard instantly calculates and translates the dimensions into exact custom suit and shirt measurements, giving clients a perfect fit, every time.
The impressive results allow for fully automated measurements without the need for a tailor, or even a measuring tape, and make it even easier for today’s most discerning clients to create bespoke clothing from anywhere in the world, at any time. The move is a first of many strategic initiatives for Knot Standard to integrate modern technology into customized fashion.
Men are clearly responding to Knot Standard’s concept, with celebrities including James Van Der Beek and the staff of The Daily Show among their notable client list, to get their custom suits for men. The company has twice been recognized for revolutionizing global retail, and its suits and shirts were most recently profiled in a TV special from the BBC.
With men outspending women online for the first time in 2012, Knot Standard is feeding a growing trend around the world. Increasingly savvy men are turning to the internet for the highest quality, most innovative, and most convenient way to dress better than ever before.
Knot Standard’s Webcam is the latest tool making this possible, allowing for anyone to create custom suits, shirts, and casual wear from home. The Webcam captures the user's details in 15 minutes, and a team of expert designers and tailors hand-make each unique client order from the very best fabrics, before delivering the finished clothes in under four weeks..