It’s best known as the Jermyn Street clothier patronised by Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, HRH The Prince of Wales and, in the realms of fiction, James Bond, among others. Now though, with Christmas just around the corner, Turnbull & Asser has, along with homeless charity Crisis, turned its attentions to creating a festive experience at its Davies Street location, with a share of profits going to those sleeping rough on London’s streets.
Until Tuesday 24th December, in addition to offering a different selection of products from its other stores, the Davies Street boutique will see six British brands and craftspeople collaborate to provide unique experiences, live making displays, offers and events, with 10 per cent of gross profits made during the Gift Shop being donated to the Crisis charity for homeless people.
The project also serves as a wider celebration of British craftsmanship, featuring as it does brands that share the same values, craftsmanship and pride in our domestic manufacturing scene as Turnbull & Asser: notably London-based jeweller Alice Made This, coffee company Climpson & Sons, luxury leather goods manufacturer Ettinger, textile artist Jo Elbourne, London Undercover umbrellas and men’s barbers, Pankhurst.
All of the featured brands have contributed to a luxury gift box which guests of the Turnbull & Friends Christmas Gift Shop can have the opportunity to win by entering a prize draw.
4 Davies St, Mayfair, London W1K 3DL