Turnbull & Asser go Bespoken

We've been privy to a fair few brand collaborations of late. Though, judging by the range we've seen, the trend seemed confined to the mid-level casuals market. The latest partnership from British labels Turnbull & Asser and Bespoken however, has broken the mould.

An integral element of Bespoken's new collection, the two brands have joined forces to produce a range of shirts, pocket squares and pajamas tailored with signature patterns selected from Turnbull & Asser’s archive cloth books.

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The collaboration has come about in celebration of Turnbull & Asser's 125th birthday, which the company - known for dressing everyone from the Prince of Wales to Churchill - celebrates this year.

Bespoken with Turnbull & Asser will be stocked in Harrods this winter. Visit www.harrods.com for more.

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