Matt Bomer Designs 'White Collar' Inspired Line
By JARETT WIESELMAN
January 17, 2013
Everybody wants to get in Neal Caffrey's pants, and now you can ... in a manner of speaking.
To celebrate the return of White Collar, USA and Matt Bomer have partnered with Gilt.com to release a complete collection of bespoke suits and exclusive accessories curated to emulate the ultimate style of Neal Caffrey!
Matt Bomer designed and hand selected a collection of tailored accessories and bespoke suiting and shirting fabrics, which fans can get their hands on beginning January 22 (and lasting for 36 hours), to coincide with the launch of the fourth season's final six episodes.
The "Caffrey Collection" includes bespoke suit packages (beginning at $2,000) and a three shirt package (for $425).
To help support the partnership, Gilt will debut an exclusive editorial spread which features Bomer in select Alton Lane product, and will also offer a complimentary Alton Lane custom pocket square designed by the actor to the first 500 Gilt members who visit the sale.
A portion of the sale proceeds, as well as from customers who make an additional purchase from any of Alton Lane's stores in New York, D.C. and Boston, will go to Project A.L.S., a national organization with which Bomer is closely involved, that funds research for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
"Matt Bomer (and his White Collar character, Neal Caffrey) is the personification of what we strive to achieve at Alton Lane: a well-rounded, well-dressed man about town. We couldn't have imagined a better ambassador to work with nor better partners than USA and Gilt," said Alton Lane's C. Peyton Jenkins, Vice President of Customer Experience.
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