GQ Magazine Features COTTON USA and Brooks Brothers Clothing
The March issue of GQ magazine in Korea featured an eight-page spread on a COTTON USA and Brooks Brothers clothing collection, drawing consumer attention to U.S. cotton’s fashionable side. This stylish collection includes sweaters, dress shirts, polo shirts and T-shirts made from 100% U.S. cotton.
U.S. cotton technology has helped Brooks Brothers customize a fabric specifically for a generation on the move around the globe. Brooks Brothers’ non-iron shirt is crafted from pure cotton grown in California and specially treated to remain virtually wrinkle-free.
Brooks Brothers in Korea said its customers appreciate U.S. cotton’s superb durability, soft touch and natural texture, and shared feedback received from a customer: “I have been wearing wool sweaters, but after I tried the Supima cotton sweater, I feel more comfortable,” he said. “I came to this store to purchase an additional color of the cotton sweater.”
Brooks Brothers has 11 retail stores in Korea, plus three more scheduled to open in 2015. Founded in 1818 in the United States, Brooks Brothers has been using U.S. cotton for nearly 200 years.