Turnbull & Asser Bespoke Experience, Including Four Shirts
Turnbull and Asser is proud to partner with Walpole in support of the NSPCC by offering a bespoke experience, including four bespoke shirts, made to your precise measurements and exact specification. The prize will see the winner enjoy the full bespoke experience, from the initial measurements to selecting your fabrics, collar and cuff options.
Whether you prefer versatile classics or statement show-pieces, no design request is too large or small; our highly experienced bespoke specialists will be on-hand to take you through each step of the process. All you need is a little imagination to create your perfect shirts.
Founded in 1885, Turnbull & Asser is a British shirtmaker, creating luxurious shirts and ties in its English workrooms. Priding itself on superior craftsmanship and personal service, these qualities were recognised by HRH The Prince of Wales with the bestowal of a Royal Warrant in 1980. Rich in history and yet forward-thinking, Turnbull and Asser has dressed influential men and women including royalty and captains of industry to artists and stars of stage and screen in beautifully made English shirts.
Recommended retail price: £1,200
T&Cs: The prize covers four shirts at a value of £295 each. Should the winner wish to select more expensive fabrics or finishings, these can be made with cash payment. Prize is non-transferable, nor can it be exchanged for other goods or services. New customers are required to visit our bespoke locations in London or NYC, as convenient.
This Auction has been created in aid of the NSPCC by Walpole, the official sector body of British luxury, and its members.
The NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover. They help children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening.
The NSPCC prevents abuse. They work with families when they're going through difficult times – like battling addiction or overcoming mental health problems. They offer all kinds of support – from helping new parents care for their baby to giving professionals the tools they need to assess neglect.
The NSPCC protects children. On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds. Their counsellors are there to help parents, professionals and anyone worried about a child in the UK. They have conversations that mean they can protect children in abusive situations by getting them the help they need, when they need it most.
The NSPCC transform children's lives. If a law needs to change, or if more needs to be done to protect children, they demand it. The fact they’re independent – relying on our supporters to fund their work – means they can push for change when others can’t. They have remained committed to their mission for over 100 years and as long as there’s abuse, they will fight for every childhood.