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The Black Tux Stock

Suit Rental Service

About The Black Tux Stock




Santa Monica, CA, US

Notable Investor

Menlo Ventures

Total Funding


The Black Tux was founded in 2012 in Santa Monica, CA by Andrew Blackmon and Patrick Coyne (Co-CEOs) to provide the best quality product on the rental market, with an exceptional fit, a seamless experience, and at a better price. The Company designs and manufactures its own line of formalwear and provides door-to-door delivery to customers across the contiguous U.S. Since its founding, the Company has experienced rapid growth nearly entirely from word-of-mouth referrals and other organic channels. The Black Tux is a leading online provider of men’s tuxedo and formalwear rentals in the U.S. launched in 2013, The Black Tux is the first suit and tux rental service that doesn’t feel like one. With its vertically integrated model, the Company sources, designs and manufactures its own product using premium materials and provides a seamless ordering experience with door-to-door delivery and pickup.

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Leadership team at The Black Tux

Co-Founder & CO-Chief Executive Officer

Patrick Coyne

Co-Founder & Co-CEO

Andrew Blackmon

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