According to the ancient Masai proverb, zebras take their stripes wherever they go. It’s the same for us at Pink – we can never hide who we are. Bold, vibrant and unexpected, this limited series of patchwork shirts have been made in the heart of London, cleverly using up the leftover fabric from the production of our main collection.
100% PREMIUM COTTON - HAND MADE IN LONDON - TAILORED FOR A FLATTERING FIT
What's in your pocket?
Chest pockets were made to be useful. At Pink, we thought perhaps we’d double the functionality by adding another – giving you twice the pocket power.
Our new ‘Painter’s Pocket’ restores pride in the practical, but now it’s over to you; use them for pens, a notebook, business cards or a pin badge. Leave them empty at your peril. They’re there to help after all.
Left over fabrics
Whenever we make our shirts, there’s inevitably some unused fabric left behind. We don’t want these premium fabric offcuts ending up in landfill, so we’ve decided to launch the patchwork edit. Authentically Pink, it’s a bold move – but we think you’re going to like it.
Stripe, Stripe, Stripe
In 1984 Pink introduced the first business shirt with coloured stripes. Innovation and breaking the mould has always been at the heart of our mission. Our longstanding loyalty to the stripe is unwavering; whether it’s a day at the office or a dinner with a loved one – our customers have trusted Pink to bring the joy of stripes into their daily lives for over 35 years.
Where in London is the shirt made?
Pink shirts are made in the heart of London at our workshop in Vauxhall. Located on a residential street behind an unassuming doorway, our team of dedicated, highly skilled shirt-makers create pieces for our bespoke customers and mainline collections. Read more about our Meadow Road workshop here.
If you’re into the details, here they are:
- 100% surplus cotton
- Mother of pearl buttons
- French seams
- Floating collar and cuff
|Collar Size||Casual Size|
We let some of our friends play with the shirts, look what they came up with: