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Thomas Pink unveils men's suits

British shirt maker Thomas Pink has launched a range of men’s suits to compliment the retailer’s well known ranges of shirts, knitwear and accessories.

The suiting collection includes three styles - a black slim fit suit, a grey herringbone suit and a navy pinstripe suit, which has an optional matching waistcoat.

Thomas Pink, which is part of the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennesy group, said it made the move to introduce the collection after a rise in customer requests for mens suits.

Head of Marketing Alex Field said: “We decided to launch suiting as a further way of expressing our expertise in shirt-making, using our Jermyn Street heritage to demonstrate intracate detailing in three different suit styles.”

Constructed in the Far East of superfine wool, the new suiting collection boasts the same traditional tailoring details used in the brand’s famous shirts. All three suits have a retail tag of £575. The Chette waistcoat retails for £150.

Suiting design features include knee lining and the use of half canvas for the inner suit fabric, which offers a more streamlined look.

In a nod to the brand’s name, the colour pink appears subtly throughout - in stitching on the jacket’s last cuff button hole, on piping inside both the jacket and trousers, on the felt under the collar and for hand-sewn holding loops below the lapel button hole.

The new collection is available to purchase in UK and US stores and online.

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