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Tailorman, the Official Suits Partner of Bengaluru Football Club

For the first time ever in the history of Indian Football, fashion and football come together as Tailorman suits up the dapper men of Bengaluru Football Club
Bangalore | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 03-10-2017 | Views: 75
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Bangalore headquartered men’s luxury fashion brand, Tailorman, has announced its partnership with Bengaluru Football Club as their official suits sponsor. As part of this sponsorship, Tailorman will exclusively design the uniforms for the football team and its management.


Tailorman is reviving the tradition of “Made-to-Measure” clothingwhile creating accessible luxury for men in India – by use of state-of-the-art manufacturing and modern technologies. Recently, they unveiled the “Ready To Wear” line which combines the best of high-end fashion and impeccable fits. The line offers a wide selection of highly curated looks for the global modern eclectic man who wears off-the-shelf but seeks individuality.


Commenting on the partnership, GautamGolchha, Co-founder Tailorman, “Bengaluru Football Team is known for their excellence and passionate fan following. To partner with them is a perfect fit for us as we see this association serving the players and supporters with our designs and novelty.”


Tailorman's BFC players' suit is a two-piece, notch lapel – edge piped suit in a midnight navy-colored superfine wool; while BFC management suit is a two-piece, unapologetic plaid suit in tones of bright blue. The cloth of both the suits is lightweight with an open weave, so the players can wear the suits comfortably whether in Bangalore’s balmy or Chennai’s humid weather. The fabric was selected by Tailorman’s designers for rapid crease recovery, so the suits will resist wrinkling during the frequent travel.


With this collaboration,Tailormanreinforces its focus on exquisitely tailored, custom-fit clothing for the sartorially inclined, ambitious Indian Male.


VidyaNataraj, co-founder added, “Tailorman provides a revolutionary alternative to the way men shop – by combining the charm of the old-world, personalized, made-to-measure experience with cutting edge 3-D technology. We also cater to men who are looking for instant gratification through ourrecently launched “Ready To Wear” collection that does not compromise on styling nor fit. We want to create accessible luxury while preserving the highest levels of quality. The brand offers easy re-order through automation, and has created a seamless Omni channel experience nationally.”


Mustafa Ghouse, COO, Bengaluru FC “At Bengaluru FC we’re always looking to up the ante whether it is with performances on the pitch or the way we carry ourselves off it. We’ve always toyed with the idea of getting the team to walk to the dressing room on matchday in smart suits and we’re pleased that our association with Tailorman as suit partners has finally made that happen. This partnership is one that helps us raise the bar. ”
 
Captain Sunil Chhetri, Bengaluru FC adds “While it’s what we do on the pitch that matters the most, it’s always nice to do things correctly off it to. We’ve got a fit bunch of lads on the team who can pull off wearing a suit to a game more than just nicely. It adds a nice dash of sharpness when you have a team dressed up smartly.”

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