What is Korry’s?
Since 1952, the ‘Clothiers to Gentlemen’ Korry’s has been an unforgettable icon on Toronto’s men’s fashion scene and is still located at 569 Danforth Ave. Saul Korman, or the “Duke of the Danforth” as one mayor dubbed him, has been advertising on CHUM radio since 1960.
What obstacles did Korry’s face?
With the onset of the digital era, Korry’s had to needed to embrace the digital runway to continue upholding its legacy of excellence. It goes without saying that their digital presence needed to reflect the cutting-edge fashion associated with Korry’s name and tingle the sensibilities of their current and prospective clients.
How did blackDot.ca help?
As with all our clients, blackDot.ca worked closely with Shawn Korman, Saul’s son and owner of Korry’s, to bring their online presence in line with their brand identity. At the same time, we made sure to accommodate the wants and needs of their client base.
To support and enhance the business, we provided an holistic service that included everything from web design, promotional updates, online advertising, social media integration, photography, and blogging.