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This Savile Row pop-up shop is raising money for Crisis

There is a new pop-up store coming to London this Christmas.

Tom Stubbs, the man behind the wonderfully named Style and Error accounts, is the driving force behind the "call to garms" Savile Row pop-up store in aid of Crisis. You can - and should - find more from the stylist, style writer and FT columnist here.

The outlet will open in Savile Row for five days next week stocking donations from Savile Row and top menswear brands. There is even promise of evening events for those who want to combine charitable giving, sartorial indulgence and an evening's fun.

For the menswear-minded this is a rare opportunity to browse what promises to be a wonderful collection and support a great cause at the same time.

Posting on Instagram Mr Stubbs said: "A Call To Garms is on.

"Insane style bargains, seriously mental prices on wicked stuff, believe - everything under a carpet. Come on down and scoop a coup. We're also gonna do some cool bashes."

If you are about in London next week, do see if you can make a moment to stop by and - in the words of the founder - "let's help our rough sleeping brothers and sisters".

Find out more here.

Photos from the PopUpCrisis Instagram account.

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