Creyate's latest customised men's travel collection for this season

BRAND CONNECT
Published: Apr 5, 2019
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It is that time of the year, when we have a prickling sensation at the back of our minds, the itch to just set sail. With the travel season almost upon us, the tourists are all set for the quiet sabbatical or a quick weekend getaway.

With the rush to step outdoors picking up, the surge for leisure travel has taken over the globe across the last decade. And CREYATE, India’s first omni-channel men’s custom clothing solution, answers this uprise with its SS’19 Travel Essentials Collection.

There’s no denying that travel packing has utilitarianism as its top priority. And in that respect, travel essentials have come a long way from riding habits to active wear to tech gear. But in a world of connected cultures with growing interest for curated travel itineraries, travelling in chic has a whole new connotation.

If, as per CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) reports, 30 million travelers across the world are going on cruises, one can imagine what kind of wardrobe changes they will be looking at. There is a growing need for a refreshing and elevated sense of lifestyle.

As the summer sets sail, this becomes the right time to stock up on key travel-friendly pieces. As the jetsetter retreats to a corner of the world, CREYATE’s leisure-friendly pieces come in handy. The customized collection ranges from breathable wool to linen suits, wrinkle-free, easy-maintenance shirts, water-repellent chinos to stretch denims. The collection is designed to grow on comfort.


The cruise double-breasted blazer, introduced for the voyager, is crafted in hopsack weave fabric. To keep the modern gent feeling refreshed even while he aims for suave style. Half-lined linen suits make the ideal choice for relaxed summer afternoons. While the linen waistcoats revive cabana stripes with nautical vibes of the 1970s, the UV-resistant chinos come with the added benefit of being woven with hollow yarns for better breathability.

When cool waters call, who doesn’t like sipping a Bellini on the beach of Cinque Terre? Or sitting over morning pastries in the cafes of Saint-Tropez? And while one is at it, who doesn’t like adding a subtle holiday charm to one’s attire? So CREYATE’s gotten an art print series up its sleeve. For connoisseurs with a fine eye. Photographic prints. Conversing in nautical tales of summer. On digitally printed 60s satin shirts.


If exploring the unknown is one’s way of life. CREYATE has him covered with the gentleman’s performance wear to reckon with. In the vertical stretch denim. This custom piece comprises a rare combination where lycra is warped into the cotton fabric with highly advanced technology, to give the wearer much more mobility than usual stretch denims. Paired with a classic 50s count denim shirt and wingtip brogues, the lowers make an ideal accomplice to one’s spring sojourn.

While the sun’s still on the seafarer’s side. No trip, however short, can be regretted. And with the current upheaval of bite-sized travel experiences. All one needs to do. Is pack one’s weekender bag. And venture into cherishing some quality solo time. In CREYATE’s range of custom leisure wears. Crafted in a singular fit. Yours.

Powered by Arvind Fashion Brands, 0CREYATE offers tech-spoke personalization of premium and luxury clothing. With globally curated fabrics, trims and accents, CREYATE offers 1 million+ unique permutations & combinations for customization. Hence, each garment crafted at CREYATE is as exclusive as one’s fingerprint. In style and fit. Aided by a Japanese-trained luxury concierge service and an automated backend, CREYATE brings ‘factory at your fingertips’.

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