Turnbull & Asser
Turnbull & Asser is the definitive British shirtmaker, crafting luxurious shirts and ties in its own English workrooms. Superior craftsmanship and personal service set Turnbull apart, qualities recognised by HRH The Prince of Wales with the bestowal of his first Royal Warrant in 1980.
Using the finest fabrics, each Turnbull shirt is handmade in England at its workroom in Gloucester by skilled craftspeople with decades of combined experience. Thirteen individuals create each shirt which gets rigorously quality checked—ensuring it is perfect before it leaves the workroom. The heritage brand’s luxurious silk ties are designed in-house and woven in a Suffolk-based silk mill, before being crafted by hand at its workroom in Sidcup, Kent. Turnbull & Asser has three locations in London, including the Jermyn Street flagship which was first erected in 1903, and a seven-storey Townhouse situated in the heart of Manhattan, New York.
Rich in history and yet forward-thinking, Turnbull has dressed heads of state, style icons and stars of stage and screen in beautifully made British shirts since 1885. Turnbull’s affinity with the silver screen has seen it provide shirts and ties for the James Bond franchise, including the popular cocktail cuff shirt which made its debut in 1962’s Dr. No, to more recently providing the Kingsman agents their bespoke shirts for both films.
The shirtmaker offers a ready-to-wear, Made to Measure and Bespoke service in-store, as well as taking its bespoke service around the world with a series of annual international By Appointment trunk shows. From its beginnings in 1885 to today, Turnbull & Asser is proud to be a family-run British heritage maker.