One-of-a-kind hand painted garments in Daniel Hanson’s charity raffle

Nottingham’s very own luxury dressing gown manufacturer Daniel Hanson has launched ‘Nottingham Independents’ a new capsule collection of exquisite collaboration garments to raise money for Emmanuel House. 

The seven exclusive designs are available to win by entering a charitable raffle. The £2 tickets are available to buy until 14th February 2021, from the Daniel Hanson website and from the Daniel Hanson shop, as well as the shops of each collaborator. Winners will be drawn on Tuesday 16th February by Emmanuel House CEO Denis Tully.

Nicholas Hanson has collaborated with three local independent businesses – Forty-Two skateboard shop, graffiti artist DILK and the specialist woodworking community project By Our Hands We Make Our Way

The garments, which include a hand-painted kimono, waxed cotton smoking jacket and red linen dressing gown, have been designed by Nicholas Hanson and handmade by their team of specialist artisan producers in Nottingham, from first cut to final press, in aid of Emmanuel House. 

We’re so excited and grateful to be involved in such a creative and independent project with businesses that are based so close to us in Nottingham city centre.

Thank you to Nicholas and everyone involved in the collaboration and good luck to all entrants!

You can read the raffle terms and conditions on the Daniel Hanson website