Los Angeles, CA, February 16, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Suspect, a Los Angeles-based producer of quality premium contemporary men’s clothing, has announced today that they will be launching their fresh Fall/Winter Collection at Project in Las Vegas this month.
Suspect is a flourishing Los Angeles-based men’s premium contemporary clothing company that is poised to become a significant player in the booming “New Luxury” apparel market. Established in 2003 by three creatively driven entrepreneurs with a knack for style, Suspect has evolved from a small assortment of screen-printed graphic tees into a fully merchandisable collection of ready-to-wear men’s fashion.
The Suspect Fall/Winter 2006 collection is a perfect example of the line’s evolution, coinciding with the fast-growing trends of today’s fashion. Creatively themed as clothing for those of the “Country Club Jet Set”, the company created a campaign featuring a fictitious “Debonaire Hills Country Club” as the driving force behind their stylistic influence. The new line boasts pieces made of ultra luxe fabrics, cashmere pieces, and custom hardware such as original buttons and cufflinks. The color scheme includes a strong palate of Merlot, Sea Foam, Dirty Ivory and Charcoal Gray. The distinct tops include strong visual statements such as “Debonaire” and “Jet Set”, while the standout pieces include such items as the Tailored “Million Miles” Blazer, to commemorate a milestone, and Cashmere Hoodies with a “cheat sheet” of the club rules printed on the interior, and the Debonaire Hills Country Club crest on the exterior, are all distinctly Suspect.
The line has already garnered a hefty fashionista and celebrity following that includes Jesse Metcalfe, Shawn Pyfrom and Mehcad Brooks of ”Desperate Housewives”, “Nip Tuck” star Bruno Campos, Roger Cross of “24”, “Six Feet Under” star Freddie Rodriguez and numerous others.
Sold at select high-end boutiques across the US, Suspect clothing is also available via their new online store (www.suspectstore.com)
“We see this brand as luxury without formality, fashion without pretension, and distinction paired with comfort,” said Suspect’s Amber Elliot. “I’m proud that we have been able to strengthen and grow the line, while always remembering what’s important to us,” added company’s founder Brian Nolan.
For more information on Suspect, please visit www.suspectclothing.com .
Media Contact for SUSPECT:
Phil Viardo/Nina Ngo
The Viardo Agency