|Store Type |||Accessories, Men's Clothing, Shoes|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver City Centre|
|Getting There |||Burrard St Station|
|Cross Street |||Thurlow Street|
|Mon-Fri: 9AM-6PM; Sat: 9AM-5PM|
Profile Last Updated: April 01, 2009
Giorgio’s offers complete wardrobing for men of all ages. From head to toe, socks to scarves, the boutique has everything you need to create a new look. The best base to an outfit is a well-fitting, quality suit and Giorgio’s has an extensive collection of off-the-rack styles, and also offers custom-made suits and shirts by designers Coppley and Lipson. Customers can look through thousands of fabric swatches and a portfolio of cuffs and collars, and in three weeks, have their perfect suit. Put the finishing touches on your ensemble with a designer tie, stylish belt and a pair of cufflinks. Giorgio’s also carries high-end casual attire by designers like Agave, Zegna Sport and Ted Baker. Complete your look with a pair of shoes and outerwear by Cole Haan, and don’t forget a Burberry umbrella and Montblanc pen on the way out!
Superior Customer Service
From the moment you walk through the glass doors of Giorgio’s, the high level of service will delight you. If you’re in the market for a suit, the knowledgeable staff can offer professional advice on what cuts and styles are best for your body type. Any necessary adjustments can be done while you wait by the in-house, Italy-trained tailor, who works in the back of the boutique. Shirts can also be pressed, so you’re ready to leave the shop looking spiffy for your next meeting!
Giorgio’s looks like a luxury home lounge, with high-end sports and film memorabilia adorning the walls, a marble bar with stools and a flat-screen TV mounted to the wall, tuned to business news or the big game. Customers are put at ease in this welcoming atmosphere created by owner Terry Sklavenitis, who has been in the menswear business in Vancouver since the 1970s, opening Giorgio’s in 1990. Customers’ coats are taken and they are offered a beverage from the espresso bar, where they can discuss with a sales associate what they’re shopping for — or how the Canucks are doing this season!