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T.M. Lewin launches international shipping “to fulfil growing demand” from the US and Australia

Tom Bottomley
16 May 2024

British menswear brand T.M. Lewin has launched international shipping, including to the USA and Australia, in a bid to fulfil what it describes as "growing demand" for its product and "desire for British tailoring overseas".

Along with a growing customer base, there is now an extended product offering, including a range of handmade rugby shirts created in collaboration with Community Clothing earlier this year.

T.M. Lewin also offers linen and seersucker suiting in a range of colours, which it believes will be equally popular in the UK and now overseas.

Lucy Steele, Brand Manager at T.M. Lewin, said: "We're excited to announce that T.M. Lewin now ships globally from our UK base. It reflects the growing demand for our timeless menswear internationally.

"From our signature shirts to premium suiting, we're committed to delivering quality pieces to new and existing customers worldwide."

T.M. Lewin was founded in 1898, when founder Thomas Mayes Lewin, in partnership with Geoffrey James Lewin, opened the brand's first store in London. It later established itself in Jermyn Street, the home of English shirt making, in 1903.

Fast forward 126 years, and T.M. Lewin is still around, with its international expansion marking the brand's latest milestone.

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