A first for the shirt brand, they have opened their doors to create a bespoke offering. Everything is entirely hand-made at the new Pink bespoke shirtmaker workshop, at 86a Meadow Road. The service creates exactly to each client’s measurements, made from their own unique full pattern and has no minimum order. Guests will see shirts being made, including the process of obtaining up to 24 measurements.
The new workshop reinforces the brand’s rebirth, championing the traditions of quintessential English shirt making tailored to the 21st century. The space is a vibrant, functional area flooded with natural light. The workshop includes a front of house area & fitting rooms, a workspace for the skilled team, pattern cutting tables and sewing machine stations.
PINK dates back to 1984 as an English shirtmaker dedicated to placing the shirt at the heart of the wardrobe. Corners are never cut as the aim is purely to create excellent shirts, using versatile shapes for the modern man.
It’s the beginning of a fresh conversation about shirts, a building of connoisseurship and a new long-term relationship they aim to build with clients, whose Pink bespoke shirts will only better with wear. The arrival of Pink in the area has caused a stir amongst the fashion world and created a lot of interest from publications such as Wallpaper and GQ.
Just visit 86a Meadow Road to discover more about the expert measurements that will be created for you. Afterwards, enjoy the finer parts of Vauxhall with a visit to Brunswick House, an excellent choice.