Toronto’s Gucci store is one of only 3 in North America to feature made-to-measure

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Toronto’s flagship Gucci store at 130 Bloor St. West is one of only three North American locations to offer men’s made-to-measure services. The 6,500 square foot store is also only one of four North American stores to include made to order items.

Gucci’s made-to-measure services offer product customization from an exclusive collection of 82 fabrics. The service provides finishes and details that allow for personal tailoring according to the client’s individual measurements. Prices start at over $3,000 for a men’s suit.

The only other North American Gucci stores to include made-to-measure services are the Fifth Avenue Gucci flagship (with a whopping 44,000 square feet of retail space) and the Beverly Hills flagship (about 12,000 square feet). Chicago will be the fourth North American city to offer made-to-measure when it expands its current store next summer to almost 15,000 square feet, occupying upstairs space currently tenanted by J. Crew.

Gucci Yorkville Bloor Photo: Darrell Bateman (darrellinyvr, Flickr)

Toronto’s Gucci store is also one of only four North American locations to retail made to order handbags and other customized leathergoods. Besides the Manhattan and Beverly Hills flagships, Gucci at Miami’s Bal Harbour Shops also features made to order. Again, Chicago’s expanded Gucci flagship will boast made to order Gucci products when it opens its expansion in the summer of 2014.

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