Suitsupply Celebrates 3rd U.S. Store Opening

Suitsupply founder and CEO Fokke De Jong, D.C. government’s Elizabeth Webster and Floor “Fleur” Enneking, store stylist for Suitsupply.
Robert Devaney
Suitsupply founder and CEO Fokke De Jong, D.C. government’s Elizabeth Webster and Floor “Fleur” Enneking, store stylist for Suitsupply.

Suitsupply opened its third U.S. store Aug. 30; the others are in New York and Chicago. Next to the Four Seasons Hotel at 2828 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., at the corner of M and 29th Streets, the store showed off its affordable and custom men’s clothing and celebrated with food, such as hamburger and crab cake sliders, from the hotel, Dutch-inspired drinks and Heinekens and DJ-driven music that included Michael Jackson. The well-dressed crowd of guys and a few of their gals checked out the bright and smarty arranged retail space that features a tailor in the center of the shop, ready to fit your suit while you wait. The Amsterdam-headquartered men’s clothing company combines nicely priced suits (compared with traditional leaders such as Armani) with attention to detail and service -- and outfitted the Dutch Olympic team for the London Games.

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