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New Made-to-Measure Men’s Clothing Company Mill No. 8 Blends Classic Style

Mill No. 8’s line of top-quality, made-to-measure dress pants, shirts and accessories cater to the growing ranks of ambitious and self-assured business professionals, who understand that confidence is both an inner emotion and an outer expression.

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Wear your perfection. Formal wear – specially crafted for you. Perfect fit & comfort. Millborn

The classic adage “clothes make the man” has a fresh and sophisticated new spin, now that made-to-measure men’s clothing company Mill No. 8 has arrived on the scene.

Catering to ambitious and self-assured business professionals who understand that confidence is both an inner emotion and an outer expression, Chicago-based Mill No. 8 currently offers a full line of top-quality custom dress shirts, pants, and accessories.

All shirts are crafted with hand-picked fabrics from across the globe, milled with 100 percent Egyptian Giza cotton that is widely considered the finest in the world. All pants are crafted from 100 percent Australian Merino wool that is milled in the U.S. Discerning customers can also request handstitched monogramming.

To create the perfect fit and style for each customer in about 10 minutes, Mill No. 8 uses a state-of-the-art online interface that is powered by a proprietary algorithm. Shirts are made with carefully developed exclusive silhouettes, and pants with a uniquely curved waistband for a superior fit. If desired, customers can avail themselves of the company’s style consultants via email or phone for additional support and expertise.

Mill No. 8 maintains rigorous end-to-end quality assurance standards on everything from stitching (up to 23 stitches per inch), to preserving individual hand-cut patterns for future orders. In terms of cost, selections are available at various price positions to align with budget considerations, and customers will be pleasantly surprised at how affordable it is to dramatically upgrade their wardrobe.

“Mill No. 8 is the solution for every man who no longer wants to compromise expectations when it comes to fit, look, quality and value,” commented Nehal Vora, MBA, Mill No. 8’s founder, and CEO. “We believe that every detail matters.

There’s nothing like wearing custom-tailored, made-to-measure clothes. It inspires a subtle, yet an undeniable sense of confidence. That’s the experience we guarantee to each of our customers. That’s the Mill No. 8 difference.”
To commemorate the company’s launch, Mill No. 8 is offering customers a limited time 20 percent discount on their first order.

No minimum is required, shipping is free, and all purchases are backed by a “perfect fit” satisfaction guarantee (including return shipping). “White glove” concierge services are also available throughout the browsing, designing and purchasing process.

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Gucci Announces No Usage of Animal Fur in their Products from 2018

Global Fashion Brand Gucci announces fur free policy. Unsplash

London, October 12: In a game-changing move towards ending fur trade, global fashion house Gucci announced it will no longer use animal fur, beginning with its spring-summer 2018 collection.

The move has been welcomed by organisations like Humane Society International (HSI), The Humane Society of the United States (HSAS), and LAV-members of the Fur Free Alliance (FFA), a coalition of more than 40 animal protection organisations working together to end the fur trade.

Gucci’s President and CEO Marco Bizzarri announced the fur-free policy on Wednesday during the 2017 Kering Talk at The London College of Fashion, said a statement.

Its fur-free policy includes mink, coyote, racoon, dog, fox, rabbit, and karakul (otherwise known as Swakara, Persian lamb or astrakhan) and all others species specially bred or caught for fur.

Gucci will produce fur-free products from 2018. Pixabay.

Kitty Block, President of HSI, said: “Gucci going fur-free is a huge game-changer. For this Italian powerhouse to end the use of fur because of the cruelty involved will have a huge ripple effect throughout the world of fashion.

“A staggering one hundred million animals a year still suffer for the fur industry, but that can only be sustained for as long as designers continue to use fur. So we commend Gucci’s compassionate decision, and for helping to ensure that the future of fashion is fur-free.”

Marco Bizzarri, Gucci’s President and CEO, said: “Being socially responsible is one of Gucci’s core values, and we will continue to strive to do better for the environment and animals.

“With the help of HSUS and LAV, Gucci is excited to take this next step and hopes it will help inspire innovation and raise awareness, changing the luxury fashion industry for the better.”

The HSUS and LAV will continue to support Gucci in identifying and reducing its impact on animals and the environment.

The company joins many other leading fashion brands and retailers like Armani, HUGO BOSS, Yoox Net-a-Porter, Stella McCartney and more in going fur-free, and will be part of the International Fur Free Retailer Program.

FFA Chairman Joh Vinding said: “For decades, animals in the fur industry has been subjected to intense cruelty, living their entire lives in miserable, filthy cages. Gucci’s new fur-free policy marks a game-changer for the whole luxury fashion industry to follow. Gucci is taking a bold stand for animals, showing the world that the future of fashion is fur-free.”(IANS)