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KIWW, Don Morphy Join Forces for Custom Suit Collection

The new combined brand will launch later this month at

MI VI, a men’s lifestyle brand founded by Kathy Ireland and Tommy Meharey, and Don Morphy, an award-winning custom and ready-to-wear menswear label, have partnered for a custom suit collection.

This new combined brand, which will focus on custom menswear suits, was developed with the Kathy Ireland Weddings and Resorts brand.

“Don Morphy is a brilliant force in the world of design,” says Kathy Ireland, chair, chief executive officer and chief designer, Kathy Ireland Worldwide. “His exquisitely-made menswear truly embodies the luxury experience in men’s fashion. With this partnership, we continue to expand MI VI into the luxury space in significant ways.”

Ireland's luxury products include Kathleen Marie New York, couture diamonds and luxury jewels available through Kathleen Marie, Paul Raps New York and the recent MI VI partnership with luxury luggage brand Samsara.

"Partnering with Kathy Ireland and Tommy Meharey, along with the MI VI team is a dream come true for the Don Morphy brand,” says Daniel Mofor, founder, Don Morphy. “It is undoubtedly a testament to the faith, hard work, persistence and core values of the entire team, leadership and the company itself. Our loves for community, collaboration, relationships and charitable giving enable us to broaden our customer reach for more people to experience our work, and to definitely 'Morph Into a Don.' We pride ourselves on being the leader in all things menswear - so with this elevated partnership, we know that this is just the beginning, with even grander things to come in the very near future."

The brand will launch later this month at

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