by Stephen Garner

Pink Shirtmaker just opened its third location in New York City at Brookfield Place. 

The new Brookfield Place store will join Madison Avenue and Columbus Circle in New York as well as other U.S. locations in Miami, Washington DC, San Francisco and Chicago.

Design elements and color palette in the new space were inspired by 1980s New York – concrete fixtures, retro tiles, and pink neon. Pops of vibrant colors are incorporated into the Shirt Bar – a place for customers to review Pink’s complete offering, fabrics, and details of the shirt with the sales team.  The Brookfield Place location houses Pink’s entire shirt offering for men as well as a full collection of essential pieces to wear with the shirt.

“Pink Shirtmaker has always been a favorite among the city’s financial set so it is fitting that we now have a dedicated store at the crossroads of the U.S. financial world,” said Brigid Andrews, NA President of Pink Shirtmaker.  “Brookfield Place is a world-class shopping experience and one of New York City’s most celebrated destinations, we are proud to have a location there to serve our downtown clientele.”

For more than 30 years, Pink Shirtmaker (formerly Thomas Pink) has been known for its bold color and English point of view.  Since arriving at the brand in 2017, CEO Christopher Zanardi-Landi and creative director John Ray have reinvigorated the brand, bringing the traditions of English shirt making to the 21st-century wardrobe.