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Michael Strahan Brings ‘Workleisure’ to Men’s Wearhouse

Two-time Emmy winner and Super Bowl champion Michael Strahan is expanding his clothing deal with Men’s Wearhouse and its parent company, Tailored Brands.

On Monday, Strahan and his business partner Constance Schwartz-Morini of SMAC Entertainment said the MSX by Michael Strahan clothing line is now available at Men’s Wearhouse stores nationwide,, and in Moores stores in Canada, building on the introduction of Collection by Michael Strahan last fall.

Strahan and Schwartz-Morini described the ‘workleisure’ line, inspired by athletics and offering exclusive styles, as a collection that can “better meet customers where they are every day, whether at home lounging, at work, or on the go.”

Tailored Brands has designed MSX 10 styles, including hoodies, joggers, henleys, T-shirts, shorts and polos, all with colorways from classic heather gray and black to teal, blue and modern camo.

MSX pieces are designed with casual comfort for lounging at home without sacrificing the polish needed for professional or a social settings. Fabrications include moisture-wicking jersey, as well as quick-dry polyester that helps wearers regulate their temperature, in addition to four-way stretch, non-iron fabrics, zip pockets and built-in reflective taping. Price points range from $19.99 to $39.99, with sizes spanning S-XXL.

Strahan and Tailored Brands expect to augment their relationship with additional MSX and Collection product arriving in stores and online throughout the year. The Collection line, offering dressier fare like suits, denim, and new formal and button-down shirts, will continue to be available at, and will expand to more Men’s Wearhouse and Moores stores to provide additional wardrobe options when combined with the MSX line.

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“We are thrilled to expand and strengthen our partnership with Michael and Constance with the launch of MSX,” Peter Sachse, Tailored Brands’ interim co-CEO, said. “The addition of these new pieces offer our customers more versatile, well-crafted options while delivering a true lifestyle brand experience. These MSX styles have been an inspiring collaboration with Michael, his team, and the talented design, merchandising, and marketing teams at Tailored Brands.”

“I couldn’t be prouder to expand our partnership and bring MSX to Men’s Wearhouse and Moores,” Strahan said. “The new MSX workleisure styles, combined with our Collection tailored suits and high quality denim, provide a variety of affordable wardrobe staples for any occasion. It was a real pleasure to collaborate with the Tailored Brands design team to develop these versatile styles that are perfect for every day. They are designed for those who want to look and feel their best anytime, anywhere.”

“There has been a shift over the past year with the way people are approaching fashion for everyday life as work and leisure collide,” Schwartz-Morini said. “With MSX by Michael Strahan at Men’s Wearhouse and Moores, we’ve created performance, ‘do-it-all’ styles that are comfortable, flexible and perfect for any occasion.”

Tailored Brands last year filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection, as temporary store closures exacerbated its already staggering debt. The company exited Chapter 11 in December 2020 and nabbed an additional $75 million in financing last month.

Sachse said that Tailored Brands combines “multiple omnichannel initiatives such as hands-free fit technology, BOPIS (Buy Online, Pick Up In-Store), curbside pickup, appointment booking and contactless payment with our legendary in-store service and expertise.”