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Pink Shirtmaker

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Founded by brothers James, Peter and John Mullen in 1984, Pink Shirtmaker was a British shirt-maker company with two flagship stores in London and New York.

Formally called 'Thomas Pink', it became a part of the LVMH Group when they purchased 70% of the company in 1999 and the remaining 30% in 2003. In December 2020, the company had closed down both of its other shops, its website and its social media activity.

The future of the company and brand is unknown.

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Company Information
Turnover:

£11,859,000 (2019)

Revenue: £12,226,000 (2019)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear

Company Size (No. of Employees): 182 (2019)
Parent Company/Key Investors:

LVMH Group

UK Standalone Stores: 0 (2020)
Group Companies:

Berluti; Céline; Charles & Keith; Dior; Emilio Pucci; Fendi; Givenchy; House of Bijan; Kenzo; Loewe; Loro Piana; Louis Vuitton; Marc Jacobs; Moynat; Nicholas Kirkwood; Rimowa; Thomas Pink

Key Brands Stocked:

Thomas Pink

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; PayPal;

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
3rd Floor Clarendon House, 11-12 Clifford Street, London W1S 2LL
Head Office Telephone: 0800 130 0060, option 3

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