CottonBrew Partnership

20 Jan CottonBrew Partnership

CottonBrew partners with Lambda Phi Epsilon to suit up the next generation of leaders

Santa Clara, CA — Today, Lambda Phi Epsilon, the world’s largest Asian-interest fraternity, and custom clothing company CottonBrew announce a partnership to educate and deliver perfect fitting suits for college students. Their selection of affordable stylish formal wear delivers young professionals the confidence to move forward in their careers. “We are thrilled to work with Lambda Phi Epsilon to educate and equip the young leaders of tomorrow,” says George Li, CEO of CottonBrew. “We look forward to collaborating and building our presence at universities across the country, and helping students transition from academia to the professional world.”

Lambda Phi Epsilon members and friends may visit http://cottonbrew.com/lfefraternity to get started on putting their best foot forward.

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CottonBrew is known for their made-to-measure dress suits and shirts, and their free fitting service that relies on three photos of the customer. They created this sizing method to ship a perfect fitting suit in one go, rather than have the customer risk entering inaccurate measurements. While CottonBrew’s clients primarily hail from large professional services firms such as McKinsey & Co., Goldman Sachs, and Accenture, they are now investing heavily to build a presence on college campuses. Their goal is to educate college students about how professional wear can impact their career. Not only does proper attire affect how others are perceived, it also changes the way the suit wearer thinks.

While CottonBrew’s clients primarily hail from large professional services firms such as McKinsey & Co., Goldman Sachs, and Accenture, they are now investing heavily to build a presence on college campuses. Their goal is to educate college students about how professional wear can impact their career. Not only does proper attire affect how others are perceived, it also changes the way the suit wearer thinks. The Atlantic cites research from Columbia University, suggesting a strong link between formal dress and increased abstract processing.

“Dressing the part is critical for young professionals as they start their careers, especially in professional services industries like consulting and finance. Mainstream, Euro-centric brands are not designed to the average Asian American body, and we’re excited to work with CottonBrew to jumpstart students’ careers,” says Jason Lau, External Vice President of Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc. As part of the partnership, CottonBrew will provide the educational resources, and expand free fitting services to all college students, so they become aware of their body type and can choose the suit that fits their needs.

Increasingly, customers are looking for e-commerce solutions that “simply work.” Initially born as a side project at Google, CottonBrew’s inception was based on the belief that a bespoke fitting should be done with ease and accuracy from your home. Through the partnership, CottonBrew and Lambda Phi Epsilon seek to educate and equip tomorrow’s leaders with the tools to succeed and ease the transition from the collegiate to the corporate world.

About CottonBrew

CottonBrew believes that each person’s body is a fingerprint and each individual deserves a made-to-measure fit without the hassle. The CottonBrew team solves common tailoring obstacles via technology, provides personalized customer service, and democratizes tailored garments for all individuals. Their mission is to help all people find their personal perfect fit, so they can look great and feel great, effortlessly. To learn more, visit https://www.cottonbrew.com.

CottonBrew contact:
George Li
Chief Executive Officer
g.li@cottonbrew.com

About Lambda Phi Epsilon

Founded in 1981 at the University of California at Los Angeles, Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc. has grown to become the world’s largest Asian interest fraternity. Lambda Phi Epsilon (ΛΦΕ, also known as LFE) aims to guide men on a lifelong discovery of authenticity and personal growth. The fraternity is affiliated with both the North-American Interfraternity Conference and the National APIA Panhellenic Association. To learn more, visit http://lambdaphiepsilon.com.

Lambda Phi Epsilon contact:
Bryan Dosono
International Board Secretary
secretary@lambdaphiepsilon.org

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