TM Lewin Store Front

Jermyn Row’s famous shirt maker and tailor opens for business on London’s scad famous shopping street.


T.M.Lewin is opening its new flagship put by on London’s Oxford Street, just in time to catch all the eventually minute festive gift hunters on London’s busiest and most notable shopping street. Launching as a pop up in the week before Christmas, the new-look T.M.Lewin, Oxford In someones bailiwick will become a permanent fixture in the new year, when the fully refitted accumulation launches officially. Designed to compliment the 100 year-old make’s ever-evolving collection of formal shirts, tailoring, casualwear, extras and womenswear, the latest Lewin store is packed with new trendy fittings and fixtures, giving London’s latest shopping goal a very fresh modern-classic feel. The launch on Oxford High road marks the latest exciting development for the British multichannel retailer, who now manipulates 90 stores across the UK, a thriving online business and terminated 60 stores internationally. No doubt this would also arrange been a proud moment for Lewin Founder, Thomas Mayes Lewin, who widely knew his modest Jermyn Street shop in 1898, selling frontiersman coat shirts to the discerning Victorian gentleman. This sartorial breakthrough conspicuous the arrival of a whole new generation of shirts with buttons down the faade – like those still worn all over the world today.

‘Latest research suggests that good quality shirts, accessories and outfitter are still very much in demand. So there really couldn’t be a more time for us to open on the world’s most famous shopping lane. ‘ – Geoff Quinn T.M.Lewin CEO

T.M.Lewin Oxford Street opens Christmas Week.