Stitch Note is the new kid on the block at UBM Project

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Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

New At The End Of The Line

Right at what is the last men’s separates trade show with UBM’s Project, there was a breath of fresh air over at the Javits Center here in New York City on Monday with a new collection called Stitch Note.

Relatively new for about six months to a year over making its first appearance at Project, Stitch Note from first glance is best known for its wide range collection of shirts, shirts that are designed with the deepest amount of florals, patterns, and prints coming in all varieties.

Fashioned in Southern California, Stitch Note introduces a clean, laid-back, contemporary menswear brand, the importance of using highest quality materials, craftsmanship, and attention to detail is Stitch Note’s main philosophy, manufacturing using exclusive fabrics, and offering to you at competitive costs, the Stitch Note brand is fit for any demographic.

Inspired by a desire to create handsome constructed clothing, Stitch Note offers a California lifestyle, vintage look, and classic feel which makes for effortlessly cool styling, priding ourselves on creating a menswear brand that has a fresh approach to an American style.

In its collection of polos, knits, short sleeves, long sleeves, sweater knits, jackets, and pants, Stitch Note gets off to a fresh start with its solid line of options, and is sure to take off in its own right, and will surely make many appearances at UBM’s Project with the newly combined men and women’s show that debuts in July.

Daniel Quintanilla

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