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About Thomas Pink

Thomas Pink bills itself as “the British shirt authority” — and given its impeccable line of crisp men’s dress shirts, we’re not about to disagree. Named after an 18th-century tailor sought out by well-dressed Londoners for his peerless designs and craftsmanship (the expression "in the pink” was inspired by him), Thomas Pink is the brainchild of Irish brothers Peter, James, and John Mullen, who founded their company in 1984 as an homage of sorts to the legendary shirt makers of London’s Jermyn Street. The label’s extensive collection of men’s formal and evening shirts include slim fit, super-slim fit, and classic designs made from poplin, twill, and luxury two-fold cottons; casual and polo styles offer more relaxed fits for post-work leisure. Thomas Pink’s sharp two-piece suits, fine Merino wool sweaters, neckties, and leather accessories are additional must-haves for the well-dressed man. Thomas Pink’s women’s collection features the same high-quality fabrics, distinctive prints, and precise tailoring men have come to expect from the brand — presently a property of the prestigious Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy group.

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Sale Ended April 12, 2015

Solid Dress Shirts

A spectrum of staples for your tailored look by Thomas Pink, J. Lindeberg, and more

Sale Ended December 18, 2014

The Gilt Guide to Holiday Entertaining

It's not just the season of giving, it's the season of giving great parties. So we gathered our stylish staff—and their well-dressed guests—to show you how to pull off the ultimate holiday soiree. Watch the video, and then shop your essential party pieces here.

Sale Ended February 24, 2015

100 Top Winter Looks

Look good and fight the chill in a smart selection of the season's best wardrobe staples.

Sale Ended February 27, 2014

British Suiting

Smart tailoring from some of the UK's best brands including Ben Sherman, Richard James, and Neil Barrett, plus the shirts, shoes, and neckwear to go with it.

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