From the cutting of the cloth to the last sewing of the label, all of our shirts and ties are hand-crafted by expertly skilled artisans.
From the factory workers in Gloucester and Sidcup to the head office teams in London and New York, the T&A community is a close-knit group of experienced and passionate menswear experts. We pride ourselves on our quality-over-quantity mindset; the design and production departments work closely with the stores and customer service operations to ensure each and every client has the attentive and personal experience they deserve.
Turnbull & Asser’s retail director Steven Quin became the royal warrant holder on 23rd April 1999. Prince Charles passed the Royal Warrant to him following the retirement of head cutter Paul Cuss after the brand was first bestowed with the honour in 1980. Responsible for fitting HRH Prince Charles whenever he calls of us for a new shirt, Mr Quin heads up our London bespoke service on Bury Street.
Our Gloucester and Sidcup factories employ over a hundred of the finest cutters and sewers to bring you our exceptional shirts and ties. With many of our craftspeople having over two decades of experience, everyone is on a first name basis, and have grown with T&A to become long-serving and valued members of staff.
Meet Bette Elton and Kathleen Cope, the twins who have worked together at our Gloucester factory since 1964. Now factory floor manager and senior supervisor respectively, the dedicated sisters have over a century of experience between them and represent the best of the best in shirtmaking.
John Arthur Turnbull founded his eponymous shop with salesman Ernest Asser in 1885. After John died a decade later, Ernest took over and renamed it to the title it holds today. The Jermyn Street store opened in 1903 - fast forward 130 years and the brand adheres to the same values while boasting an iconic list of customers.