Pink Shirtmaker has reportedly closed its flagship store on Jermyn Street in London. The LVMH-owned brand reopened its store when the UK’s lockdown was lifted on 15 June but has now closed it permanently, according to This Is Money. The future of its two stores at Heathrow are also reportedly uncertain. The shirtmaker, previously called Thomas Pink and founded in 1984 by brothers, Peter, James, and John Mullen, was rebranded to Pink Shirtmaker back in November 2018 as it looked to reposition itself into a more upmarket tier. Read more at Fashion United.