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New Thomas Pink in DC

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Our new sister site Curbed DC has the scoop on the brand-spanking new Thomas Pink in town—it's designed to look like an old London townhouse, in the middle of Washington DC. "The store is modeled after a London townhouse and finds a way to show off its merchandise without clashing with the overall sense that a Kentucky Derby cocktail party would be perfectly appropriate inside these walls. A dresser based on an old map chest shows off the ties and cufflinks, stainless steel pigeonholes set each style of shirt apart from the others, and a video of iconic London scenes are just the beginning of the re-design." [Curbed DC]