Band of Outsiders has expanded its made-to-measure program to Asia.
The brand, designed by Scott Sternberg, has been selling this product exclusively through select Barneys New York stores in the U.S. but will now be available at Lane Crawford in Hong Kong.
The suits will continue to be handmade at the 100-year-old factory of Martin Greenfield Clothiers in Brooklyn, N.Y., and will be delivered to China within six to eight weeks.
Customers will be able to choose from a variety of blazer and pant styles including a two-button notch lapel, a shrunken schoolboy, a double-breasted blazer and shawl-collar tuxedo. There will be three types of trousers. Fabric options will include everything from classic tropicals and worsteds to herringbones, twills, pinstripes, cotton corduroy and deadstock band patchworks.
Prices will range from $1,975 to $3,375 for blazers and $600 to $650 for pants.
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