Indochino is at the forefront of revolutionizing men’s fashion. Since our founding, we have grown to be one of the largest made to measure menswear brands on the market by providing gentlemen with high quality menswear that makes them look and feel like a million bucks.
Our multi-channel customer experience allows men to order their made to measure shirts and suits online, via mobile or in-person at Indochino showrooms in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Beverly Hills and Boston.
Ultimately, Indochino makes it easy for men everywhere to purchase the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price.
Our Purpose: To inspire confidence that people admire.
Our Mission: To deliver 1,000,000 made-to-measure suits a year by 2020, through a commitment to innovation, design and the core values we live by.
Our Core Values
Our core values define who we are as a brand. They are the foundation to why we are able to lead meaningful, disruptive change in the retail and e-commerce sector, creating one-to-one apparel garments for millions of consumers, and solve seemingly impossible problems.
We Are Customer Inspired
At Indochino, our customers are our number one focus. Customer experience is what drives our daily actions and decision-making.
We Are Innovative
At Indochino, we are not satisfied with the status quo. We embrace change; we encourage unconventional thinking and creativity. We see the opportunity for innovation from manufacturing to retail, and we won’t stop until we have re-invented men’s fashion
We Collaborate and Empower
We encourage and enable each other’s growth. We have an open environment to share our thoughts, hear different perspectives, and ultimately make customer informed decisions.
We Are Accountable
We think and act like owners. We own our outcomes. We invest our time, energy, and effort to see things through.
We Are Data Driven
We are curious and hungry for information. We leverage data to help drive decision-making.
We Are Product Proud
We are passionate (read obsessed) about assortment, style, design, fabrics, fit, quality and the craftsmanship of our garments.
News on Indochino Apparel Inc.
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