T.M.Lewin's SS15 Collection Finds London Inspiration

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T.M.Lewin's SS15 Collection Finds London Inspiration

This is a sponsored article on behalf of T.M.Lewin.

The first instalment of T.M.Lewin’s SS15 men’s and womenswear recently landed in stores nationwide and online. Inspired by some of the world’s leading fashion capitals, it’s a new range with a distinctly international flavour.

tmlewin-shopfrontIt goes without saying that London looks feature heavily in their new Global Style campaign. After all, London is where T.M.Lewin’s roots are firmly fixed. It was here, in 1898, that founder Thomas Mayes Lewin first set up shop selling his pioneering ‘coat shirt’ on Jermyn Street — an innovative ‘new’ gentleman’s shirt with buttons down the front, and prototype of the modern-day business shirt.

"We were born in London, so it's natural that we get much of our inspiration from this amazing city", says T.M.Lewin Menswear Designer, Holly Cheveralls. "And as the city changes and evolves, so do our designs.

"The new SS15 London Shirt Collection is a perfect example, inspired by the city and designed with today's dynamic London businessman in mind.  He's the professional who always has one eye fixed on the latest trends but still needs his shirt to work hard within the boundaries of the office dress code.

"We've sourced different fabrics for the range, introduced new collar shapes and added extra detailing on collars and cuffs to make this collection stand apart. We think it's an exceptional shirt range, named after a rather exceptional city."

To celebrate the launch of the new spring campaign, T.M.Lewin is giving readers an opportunity to win weekly city-inspired outfits up until the end of March, plus enter their prize draw to win a weekend break in their city of choice, worth up to £2000.

To enter, share a photo of yourself wearing your favourite T.M.Lewin look on Twitter or Instagram using #TMglobalstyle, or submit your entry online.  All entrants will be automatically entered into the holiday prize draw. For full competition details, terms and conditions, or to explore the new SS15 collection, visit tmlewin.co.uk.

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Last Updated 20 March 2015

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