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Charles Tyrwhitt

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Pronounced "Tirrit" and sounding like a character from a Dickensian novel, Charles Tyrwhitt was started back in 1986 by Nicholas Wheeler. Charles and Tyrwhitt are his two middle names and he thought he could make a better shirt than anybody else.

Since then, they have expanded their range to include everything from formal shirts to separates, suits and shoes, in addition to a casual collection, knitwear and accessories.
Accessibly priced formalwear, Charles Tyrwhitt pioneered direct to consumer marketing and selling and has expanded its retail footprint in the UK and has stores in New York, Paris, Washington DC and Chicago.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£194.4M (2017)

Company Size (No. of Employees): 901
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Bectin Ltd.

UK Standalone Stores: 27
International Stores & Stockists: 14
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 41
Group Companies:

Charles Tyrwhitt; The White Company

Key Brands Stocked:

Charles Tyrwhitt

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Cottons Centre Cottons Lane, London SE1 2QG
Head Office Telephone: 0344 482 4000
Website:
Key Locations:

UK; Paris; USA

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Luke Kingsnorth

Managing Director: Mark Higgins (Chief Operations Officer)
Buying Director: Rebecca Howat (Director of Merchandising)
Design Director: David Falzon - Head of Creative Production; Jason Read - Art Director
Digital Director: Kevin Cooper (Director of E-Commerce)
Marketing Director: Emma Devlin (Director of Marketing)
HR Director: Philip Vickers (Director of HR, UK & USA)

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