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New Nottingham charity auction for ‘the world’s best luxury dressing gown’

Local homelessness charity Emmanuel House Support Centre has joined forces with Nottingham’s very own luxury dressing gown manufacturer, Daniel Hanson, having listed a bespoke silk dressing gown on the charity’s eBay page with a starting bid price of £600.

Earlier this year Nottingham-based manufacturer Daniel Hanson collaborated with three independent businesses to create seven exclusive designs for the ‘Nottingham Independents’ capsule collection. The company hosted a raffle to win of seven exclusive designs to raise money for the charity.

The winner of this particular garment, which has a RRP of £1,250, has kindly donated it back to Emmanuel House and it has now been listed on eBay, with all net proceeds going to the charity.

The dressing gown on ebay here

The one-of-a-kind dressing gown was designed by Nicholas Hanson for the AW2020 artisan collection in collaboration with Nottingham skateboarding shop Forty Two.

The striking design features blue and orange in a bold graphic print, is cut from Belgian waxed cotton and is lined with 100% silk.

Established by Daniel and Julie Hanson in 1989, Daniel Hanson has a worldwide reputation as the go-to dressing gown makers for Jermyn Street, Saville Row and other luxury institutions and has been producing world-class garments for decades.

View this dressing gown on eBay: www.ebay.co.uk/usr/emmanuelhouse_1976

For more information about Emmanuel House Support Centre, please contact Rosie Needham-Smith on 0115 950 7140 or rosie.needhamsmith@emmanuelhouse.org.uk.