Knot Standard announces the launch of its custom menswear Virtual Studio. For the first time in industry history, men can digitally create and visualize custom suits, blazers, and pants in life-like 3D form. Available through the web and on all mobile devices at KnotStandard.com, customers can choose from thousands of suit fabrics, styles, and customizations to bring each product to life as a digital product.
After two years of development, Knot Standard is the first company to successfully launch real-time visualization of custom menswear. By utilizing proprietary technology, Knot Standard photo renders each fabric swatch onto customized finished garments, to allow customers to interact and purchase in a way never before possible.
Customers can examine every product detail from every angle, and make product changes in real time from any smart device. The Virtual Studio combines the best of the old world tailoring process with modern online shopping convenience and personalization.
This is the next evolution of menswear. Until now, there has been no way for a customer to see what his outfit would look like before making a physical garment. We have been able to create the experience that is the future of menswear in the coming decade. – Matthew Mueller, Co-Founder, Knot Standard
About Knot Standard: Founded in 2010 by John Ballay and Matt Mueller, Knot Standard combines a unique high tech approach to old world tailoring. Knot Standard creates a luxury menswear experience like no other; using trusted stylists, fit technology, and classic tailoring. We create a custom look that is as individual as you.
Knot Standard isone of the fastest growing companies in the country, our work has been recognized by CNBC, Men’s Health, Esquire, GQ, Forbes, CNN, and – most importantly – thousands of clients.
We founded Knot Standard to meet the needs of guys like ourselves: aspirational, seeking an upgrade in their personal wardrobe, a more modern, sleeker look but at an attainable price point. – John Ballay, Co-Founder, Knot StandardDisclosure: this article may contain affiliate links. Read our ad and affiliate policies for more details.