The company, which has a long history in the Australasian market and roots dating back almost 150 years, would use its presence at the fair to clinch client relationships confirmed sales manager Enzo Saccotelli.
“We’re hoping to meet new customers as well as looking after our existing client base. We’ll also utilise the fair to educate the market about the direction of the brand, which is really a classic tailoring-based brand with a modern edge.”
With a mid-market price tag and good design and finishes, Cambridge & Co was for “men who like good quality and style but also have a budget.”
Built around suits, shirting and jackets, Cambridge’s fine tailoring heritage was central to the brand, Saccotelli said.
“Today’s collections, whilst reflective of the past, utilise the most modern technologies available to beautifully blend form, function and emotion into all our products.”
Cambridge & Co will be one of a host of menswear brands showing at Fashion Exposed from 6-8 March at Sydney Exhibition Centre.