Thomas Pink introduces June-July Range
The Salvador Check Semi-Cutaway 170's and Brazil Stripe Semi-Cutaway, the two new formal mens shirt fabrics from Thomas Pink
2004-05-31, London, England: Shirtmaker Thomas Pink has introduced the June -July elements of their Spring/Summer 2004 collection.
The Shark Stripe and Carousel Check Semi-Cutaway casual mens shirt fabrics
In the Thomas Pink collection of shirts for men, there are two new fabrics in each of the formal and casual ranges, and six new styles in the slim fit range.
Above: The Mens slim fit range from Thomas Pink, starting at top left: Two each of Rhythm Stripe and Rio Stripe patterns, the Fayer Stripe and Festival Check
Below: The Women's Slim Fit Verona Stripe
The Thomas Pink June-July range for women includes one new fabric in the slim fit range and five additional fabrics for the range of tailored shirts.
The Womens tailored fit range for June-July, from L to R: Favia Stripe, Brescia Stripe, Savona, Veneto Stripe and Genova Stripe
Thomas Pink say that the new shirts "exude energy and see an explosion of carnival colours. The hot pinks and vibrant purples of the Samba stripe mix with the acid greens and canary yellows of the Masquerade check, creating a collection that is a loud and vivacious celebration of summer".
The Thomas Pink range can be purchased through the companies store outlets or through the online ordering facility. On the company website, www.thomaspink.co.uk, the range of formal shirts for men can be specified with numerous collar types and cuff styles, and in addition to the normal collar size choice, the customer can also specify the sleeve length. The tailored selection for women can be chosen with various sleeve styles. Many of the shirts across both the men's and women's ranges can be specified in various colours.
An additional service for customers based in the company's hometown of London, England, is the Personally Pink service, where a customer can be measured for a shirt at their outlets on London's Jermyn Street, or have someone call to their home or place of business in London's West End and City areas. While this is closer to conventional tailoring than mass customisation, the cost differential is quite low, and there is no minimum order.
All photographs: Thomas Pink