Cotton twofold, light grey shirt, with round barrel cuffs and lord picadilly collar
Origins for the luxery Dress shirts can be find in London:
Turnbull & Asser
gentleman's bespoke shirtmaker
, clothier and tie maker established in 1885. The company has its flagship store on
, St James's, two more stores in London, and two in New York City. The company dressed Prince Charles, Sir Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, John Kerry, Charlie Chaplin, and Picasso. Although extremely
the company is known for its particularly vivid colours in shirts, knitwear, socks, and ties, all of which are made in England. Turnbull & Asser still produce their shirts in the UK, from their factory in Quedgeley, Gloucester, which employs over 100 people.