T.M.Lewin offers a shirt choice of 3 body fits, 6 collar shapes, across 25 sizes and 4 sleeve lengths to ensure a perfect fit.
London, UK (PRWEB) March 19, 2012
British shirtmaker and tailor T.M. Lewin’s has launched its Spring 2012 shirt collection. Each new shirt is built using traditional Jermyn Street techniques and the same expertise which the company has been known for since it was established in 1898. The rich heritage and craftsmanship is delivered through every detail and stitch, combining craft with a modern fit. The latest Spring collection is a celebration of old and new and delivers the new seasons collection as a smart and distinctive line of businesswear for men and women.
T.M. Lewin knows how important it is to feel comfortable through what you wear. This Spring 2012 collection is a showcase of classic businesswear with a contemporary twist produced using the highest quality cotton and other natural materials to give a luxurious and long-lasting finish and ensuring maximum comfort and wearability.
T.M.Lewin men's shirts offer a choice of 3 body fits (regular, slim fit and fully fitted), 6 collar shapes, across 25 sizes and 4 sleeve lengths to ensure a perfect fit. Each shirt is developed using T.M.Lewin’s understanding of what works in the workplace and provides maximum comfort and the right style.
The company's signature 12-part Jermyn Street non-fused collar is standard on all new shirts. The finest thread and yarn are sourced to create the shirts, providing durability while keeping a clean and crisp pattern suitable for any occasion. The overall appearance is smart and professional, a perfect shirt for the hustle and bustle of the busy office.
With T.M. Lewin shirts, it’s not only about what you can see, it’s about the hidden details that have been developed from over 114 years of craftsmanship. There are 156 stitches around every buttonhole, giving the right finish and lock stitched buttons as standard to avoid losing a button.
All T.M.Lewin’s double cuff shirts feature hand-turned cuffs, designed to retain shape and preserve the fabric’s luxurious finish and guarantee a certain style.
The traditional methods used throughout the shirtmaking process ensure that T.M. Lewin customers enjoy the highest quality product and deliver a range that they can depend on.
With more than a hundred years of expertise crafting fine business wear, the latest Spring collection showcases T.M. Lewin and its experience. Rich with tradition and rigorous workmanship, the company commits to developing the best shirts, suitable for the modern demanding workplace.
A complex process shirt-making may be, but that’s the result of century-old commitment to the rigorous standards set by Thomas Mayes Lewin in 1898. After all, shirt-making has always been a craft and T.M. Lewin is ensuring it stays that way.