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Our seasonal exclusive shirts are made in England in very limited quantities with unique materials and patterns designed by Turnbull & Asser
Leading the resurgence of the modern classic aesthetic, we have taken inspiration from London’s yesteryear to create the new Autumn/Winter ’17 collection, Mayfair Tales.
It’s not just the material or fit that dictate a shirt's style - it's the finishing details, from the top of the neck to the sleeve’s end.
Attention to detail means our ties are unlike any others. Formed from three sections – the blade, the gusset and the under end – they are hand-stitched in England by skilled sewers using premium, exclusive silks and indestructible bonded thread.
This year we are delighted to be able to bring our bespoke experts to you through a series of international trunk shows.
There can be few experiences more satisfying than the quiet pleasure of wearing a crisply laundered shirt that has been made for you and you alone.
A once-essential garment for T&A that became lost over the years, our silk dressing gowns experienced a revival in recent years thanks to the arrival of our Head of Design, Dean Gomilsek-Cole, who was inspired by the drawings in our archived 1930s adverts.
The pinnacle of downtime luxury, gowns act as a style mascot for the bygone era of elegance. From luxurious silk gowns to light-weight cotton styles, there's a perfect T&A gown for every night of the week.
Our gowns are made with either luxurious silk - the very same silk as our ties - or the same high-quality cotton that our shirts are made from. Both options are made in England and feature both seasonal and classic designs.
Our gowns use high-density 350-end woven jacquard silk woven in Suffolk. Each creation is designed in-house and dyed to our own specifications; for prints, we use both digital and hand screen-printing on 36oz and 50oz foulard twill silk.
Well-known for their flamboyance, our silk gowns even had a special room for fittings at our Jermyn Street store during the 20s and 30s due to their popularity. We aim to bring back the opulence of our past, translating our favourite tie silks into gowns – often only five or six in number - to showcase ornate, complex creations on larger canvas’.
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