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The UKs top 20 luxury businesses under foreign ownership, such as Dunhill and Pink Shirtmaker, are growing more slowly than independent UK luxury brands, new research has found.
Losses widen at Thomas Pink Subscription
British shirtmaker Thomas Pink’s operating losses widened by 20% to £23.5m in the year to 31 December 2018.
Thomas Pink rebrands to Pink ShirtmakerSubscription
British shirtmaker Thomas Pink, has rebranded to Pink Shirtmaker, and is repositioning as a more upmarket brand, introducing higher-end finishing, reining in discounting and pushing up its price-points.
British men’s shirt brand Thomas Pink is pulling out of House of Fraser stores following a review of its bricks-and-mortar presence across the UK, Drapers has learned.
Thomas Pink president and chief executive Jonathan Heilbron will leave the company on 1 April and be replaced by Christopher Zanardi, who has worked for the firm’s parent company, LVMH, since 2001.
Thomas Pink COO joins East as interim CEOSubscription
Erica Vilkauls, chief operating officer at Thomas Pink, has been appointed interim chief executive of womenswear retailer East, two months after the firm was sold, Drapers can reveal.
The role of the merchandiser is growing in scope and importance as retailers face up to changing consumer demands.
British men’s tailoring brand Thomas Pink has relaunched its shirt collection for autumn 16 with a greater focus on the corporate customer.
Setting your personalisation goalsSubscription
From short-term sales boosts to creating a unique point of difference, the rationale for adopting personalisation differs from retailer to retailer. Drapers explores the objectives of some of the UK’s major players.
Some of the fashion industry’s biggest names have signed up to speak at Drapers Next Generation on April 14, including Jigsaw chief executive Peter Ruis, incoming Karen Millen chief executive Beth Butterwick and The White Company clothing director Barbara Horspool.