Fashion retailer Rupert and Buckley collaborate with actor Tom Ellis to support GOSH Charity

12 Apr 2021, 10:39 a.m.

Tom Ellis signs a selection of clothes from the Rupert and Buckley collection

Fashion company, Rupert and Buckley, have created an exciting new clothing range in collaboration with well-known actor, Tom Ellis, with 100% of the profits being donated to support the work of the charity.

The range is of 25 items, including clothes for men, women and children, and 100% of the profits will go towards supporting seriously ill children from across the UK who are treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Rupert and Buckley’s ambition is to raise over £100,000 through this initiative, with the money going towards supporting the hospital’s most urgent needs.

Actor Tom Ellis (pictured), renowned for his roles in Lucifer and Miranda, is a GOSH Charity ambassador who has visited the hospital, attended events and taken part in various fundraising initiatives over the past decade.

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You can now purchase select items from the range from the GOSH Shop.

Tom Ellis looks through a clothing rail displaying the Rupert and Buckley GOSH collection

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