Harlequins are delighted to announce their partnership with Dress2kill as they become the Official Formalwear Supplier for the 2007/08 season.
Dress2kill was founded in 1999 offering a refreshing alternative to the traditional Savile Row tailor and are changing the way people buy suits. Dress2kill are travelling tailors who bring made-to-measure, British designed suits to the desks of busy people. They are a young, energetic and fashionable company who deliver a first class service at reasonable prices.
All the playing staff and Club management will be fitted with bespoke suits and shoes for the coming season. Laura Oakes, Sponsorship Manager of Harlequins said: "I am absolutely delighted to have Dress2kill on board for the coming season. With the unusual shape and size of rugby players it is difficult to kit them out in 'off the peg' formalwear. Having a bespoke tailor is a big plus and I'm sure our players and staff will look really sharp next season."
All the players have been measured and will attend Dress2kill's flag ship store at 47 The Cut, Waterloo to be groomed and fitted with their suits before the season starts.
Dress2kill's Managing Director, James Hibbert commented: "Dress2kill are delighted to be dressing the only remaining London based Premiership side. Working with Harlequins is a privilege as they are a side steeped in history, while their supporters and players epitomise style and sartorial elegance. Dress2kill combine modern marketing with traditional tailoring and we are looking forward to working closely with the Club over the coming season."
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.