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Trinity software helps indies go bespoke

Made-to-order tailoring business Trinity Apparel is seeking partnerships with UK menswear retailers after launching a bespoke tailoring software system.

The US firm has partnerships with 20 tailors in the UK and has recently signed up its first men’s retailers over here: Palmer Menswear in Jesmond, Newcastle and Six Whiting Street in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

The system allows stores to offer made-to-measure own-label garments including shirts, suits, jackets and coats. There is a choice of more than 1,500 fabrics as well as hand-finished button holes, sleeves, collars and waistbands.

Giles Henderson, owner of Six Whiting Street, said: “The suits are of such a high quality, they are good value and the turnaround is really quick. Our customers have been very happy so far.”

Wholesale prices for the suits start at £240 for a wool suit, rising to £650 for branded fabric suits.

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