USA Network star Matt Bomer (Neal Caffrey on WHITE COLLAR) personally curated a line of Alton Lane bespoke clothing for men to create a custom "Caffrey Collection" on Gilt.com, inspired by his character on the show. The sale goes live on www.Gilt.com/neal this coming Tuesday, January 22 at 12pm ET and will run for 36 hours, timed to the return of new episodes of WHITE COLLAR on January 22 at 10pm ET.
Bomer will wear Alton Lane exclusively throughout the WHITE COLLAR season and he himself hand selected the fabrics, swatches and styles of all of the clothing sold online through the partnership - this is truly a passion project for him, and the first for Bomer in the fashion space.
The sale can be accessed at www.Gilt.com/neal on Tuesday, January 22, beginning at 12pm ET and will last for 36 hours.
The “Caffrey Collection” will feature exclusive ties, bowties and pocket squares ($29 - $69) and offers Gilt members the opportunity to purchase bespoke suit and shirt packages that can be fulfilled either by visiting one of Alton Lane’s three locations (New York City, D.C., Boston), or by sending in their favorite suit or shirt to be recreated in one of the curated fabrics.
The “Caffrey Collection” includes bespoke suit packages from $2,000-$2,995 and a three shirt package for $425. This aspect of the sale will be available for seven days, beginning January 22. Separate from the “Caffrey Collection,” the sale will also include an assortment of tailored apparel and accessories from like menswear brands.
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.