The menswear retailer has signed a 10-year agreement with Macy's to operate men's tuxedo rental shops inside 300 Macy's stores. The new Macy's Tuxedo Shop will be located near the department store's Men's Department and will have dedicated space staffed by formalwear professionals. Seventeen pilot tuxedo shops will open this fall with all 300 shops expected to be open by fall 2016. Macy's and Men's Wearhouse will also collaborate to develop a digital tuxedo rental shop on Macys.com.
“As the nation's leading provider of tuxedo rental products and services, we are very excited to team with Macy's for the next decade to provide their customers with exceptional tuxedo rental services inside of 300 Macy's stores across the country,” says Doug Ewert, chief executive officer, Men's Wearhouse.
The Men's Wearhouse also entered into a new partnership with Kenneth Cole
Launching in September, the Awearness Kenneth Cole collection will include ties, dress shirts, suits, sport coats and dress pants in slim fits. The line will be available exclusively at Men's Wearhouse stores and online in the U.S, as well as Moores Clothing For Men locations throughout Canada.
A portion of all sales of the Awearness Kenneth Cole line will go toward helping veterans transition back into the workforce.
“We are excited to partner with Men's Wearhouse and bring tailored clothing to their customer while at the same time, be able to assist our veterans in their transition into the workforce,” says Kenneth Cole, chairman and chief creative officer, Kenneth Cole Productions. “We have always sought to make an impact on people's wardrobes, as well as communities in need, and are excited that this new partnership will do just that.”
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