// TM Lewin showcases brand new website after being acquired in bailout deal
// The new site “will be followed by physical flagship stores”
TM Lewin has relaunched its website just six weeks after being bought in a bailout deal.
The blouse is currently presenting its first spring/summer range, with additional lines “to be added in the coming weeks”.
The new site “will soon be followed by physical flagship stores in key locations, allowing TM Lewin to once again be as close to its customers as possible.”
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The new owners of TM Lewin said they were “committed to driving the future growth and success of the business, while ensuring that it regains its status as a leading supplier of menswear, renowned for its shirts quality and other bespoke items”.
Managing Director James Kearns said: “For over 120 years TM Lewin has been synonymous with quality bespoke menswear and we are committed to re-establishing its position in the UK and wider international markets.
“Over the past six weeks or so, the team and I have worked hard to ensure the online relaunch results in the long-term success of the brand, but we know this will not be possible without the support continued support from our loyal customer base, for which we are incredibly grateful.
“We are thrilled to unveil the new TM Lewin online store and look forward to sharing our progress in the months ahead – watch this space.”
TM Lewin was listed for sale by Bain Capital in the spring of 2020 and was acquired by Torque Brands.
In the summer of 2020, TM Lewin went into a pre-package administration with Torque Brands buying it but closing all of its stores.
It filed for new administration in the spring and was bought by a unit belonging to Petra Group, which had previously provided the company with a £205m funding facility.
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