Jeff Banks polo shirts for The Prince’s Trust
BY STYLE EDITOR, ON 30 MAR 2011 09:59 DEBENHAMS NEWSCOMMENTS
Designer and Chairman of The Prince’s Trust Retail Leadership Group, Jeff Banks has launched four exclusive polo shirts, on sale at Debenhams with all proceeds donated to The Prince’s Trust.
Designed by Jeff Banks, four timeless men’s polo-shirts will be available from 28th March 2011 for a limited time only from selected Debenhams stores nationwide and debenhams.com. All proceeds are being donated to give practical and financial support to young people between the ages of 14 and 30.
Jeff Banks says of his work with The Retail Leadership Group, “Many of us didn’t start off with the best of luck but the retail trade has served us well. Ours is a fun, creative, vibrant industry which has many opportunities that can lead to a wonderful future. The money raised goes towards funding a national network of 600 mentors who give long term assistance and support for anyone who needs help. It’s my privilege to be able to use design to assist with this worthy cause”.
Olympic Rower Pete Reed, MBE:
“I genuinely love Jeff Banks’ design of the new Prince’s Trust polo shirt. The rugby look is cool and my one even has the number ’3′ – my position in my Olympic crew. I’m sure that it will be popular and raise pots of cash for a wonderful, active and busy charity for our young adults in the UK”.
Rod Stewart, OBE:
“A combination of beautiful colours and extraordinary fabric, combined for the most elegant polo shirt I, Rod Stewart, have ever worn. In fact, I wore this shirt for the first time here in Palm Beach Florida and people were actually shouting out, “looking good Rod, where did you get that shirt?” So get your bums down to Debenhams and get one now and help The Prince’s Trust, a worthy cause”.
Retired Rugby Player, Kenny Logan:
“Great, cool polo shirt. I love it. I recently played polo for the first time and really enjoyed it. I’ll be wearing this shirt the next time I play. Thanks!”
Actor Colin Salmon:
“A Game for Warriors in times of Peace. We need more Games to increase the Peace”.