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Thomas Pink returns to online market despite LVMH sales float

The fashion retailer closed its London store last year and its parent company is reportedly seeking bidders for the brand

Thomas Pink has announced it is returning to trade, albeit online, after shutting down its website and social media channels last year.

In 2020, the fashion retailer closed its Jermyn Street store in London and was removed from LVMH’s ‘Fashion and Leather Goods’ webpage, which is home to the group’s brands.

Founded in 1984 by James, Peter and John Mullen, the store temporarily reopened in June but shut down operations several weeks later.

The parent company is reportedly seeking bidders for the luxury brand, according to the Evening Standard.

In a statement on its website, Thomas Pink said: “Don’t fret—we’ll be back soon. We’re excited to announce that we’re returning to our roots with the same team that has helped build Thomas Pink Shirtmakers over the years.

“We have some things to iron out and button up, but will be back soon with an improved website to offer you the highest quality English shirting made for modern life that you have come to know and love.”

Retail Sector has reached out to LVMH for comment.


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