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Suitsupply Will Open Its Largest U.S. Store in Dallas This Fall

Suitsupply's future is bright. Image via Suitsupply/Facebook
Suitsupply's future is bright. Image via Suitsupply/Facebook

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Suitsupply, the European contemporary men's brand—which first opened in New York in 2011 and now has stores in eight other U.S. cities including Houston—has announced a location for its stand-alone store in Dallas. Scheduled to debut a 1,000-square-foot concept this summer inside Stanley Korshak, the company will open a massive 9,000-square-foot store in the new West Village annex by the end of this year—its largest U.S. store yet.

And what better way to preview the brand than by looking at next year's collection? The modern line, whose suits start at $469, just released its spring/summer 2015 lookbook. Here's to looking forward—to late fall and beyond.