On Saturday 9 January 2016, we gave global press and buyers a preview of our Autumn/Winter 16 collection at the Institute of Contemporary Arts – as part of London collections Men. The new season takes inspiration from the romance and refuge of the British coast and countryside, uniting city-dwellers with the urgency for rural escape.
For all our jet-setting customers, we’ve launched an innovative Travel Collection – now available in-store and online. Marrying heritage craftsmanship with performance fabrics for style and durability, the non-crease collection features an elegant wool/mohair navy blue two-piece suit, as well as a selection of easy-iron Traveller shirts in various colour-ways and prints. With versatility in
#spectateinstyle #weartherose We’ve just launched a covetable 48 piece Rugby Edit, in-store and online. Comprising luxe cashmere and cotton rugby jerseys, sporty polos, rugby stripe socks and rugger-inspired accessories – including cufflinks, pocket squares and ties – the Rugby Edit boasts a patriotic colour palette of red, white and blue. In addition, the edit also
We’re proud to announce that we’re partnering with renowned Italian mill Albini, to produce Made in the UK shirting, as part of our new ‘Personally Pink’ Made To Order Service. As part of our ‘Which Shirt Are You?’ campaign – which sees us film shirt wearers in their natural environment – and to celebrate the
BRITISH BRAND CHRONICLES FOUR EXTRAORDINARY SHIRT WEARERS TO LAUNCH SEASONAL COLLECTIONS AND SERVICES Today sees Thomas Pink launch ‘Which Shirt Are You?’. Following its debut success in 2014, the campaign will see the Thomas Pink film an eclectic host of characters in their natural environment. Spanning eleven weeks and comprising four characters, each ‘Which Shirt
On Saturday 13th June 2015, Thomas Pink unveiled its Spring/Summer 2016 collection at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, as part of London Collections Men. Presented against a botanical backdrop, more potting shed than conservatory, the collection was showcased on models and mannequins. Florence Torrens, Creative Director at Thomas Pink, says; “We wanted to create an