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Eden Park

Official Formalwear Supplier to the RFU

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Eden Park is the Official Formalwear supplier to the RFU, visit Eden Park's official website for more details.

The six year partnership signed between the RFU and Eden Park has already included the Rugby World Cup in 2011 and will continue right through to the 2015 World Cup in England. It will see Eden Park dress the 215 strong England players, ranging from the seniors through to the England 7s, management and backroom staff.

Top England International players, Toby Flood and Tom Palmer travelled out to the fashion brand’s headquarters in Paris to work with the Eden Park design team to select the fabrics, cuts and design details for the 2012/2013 rugby season.

As a result, each suit is unique; hand-tailored to individual measurements with an unprecedented attention to details including deep red lining inside the suit jackets, the red rose features on the shirt cuffs, as well as the players’ initials.

Eden Park has a unique rugby heritage and was founded in 1987 by five French international rugby players including Franck Mesnel.

Over the past 20 years Eden Park has developed into a successful global brand with stores from Paris to Hong Kong, Belfast to Egypt with over 450 sales outlets worldwide. In the UK, there are three stand-alone stores with an additional 20 independent outlets.

As well as beautifully tailored, rugby-inspired clothing, Eden Park also produces Champagne, Perfume and Cosmetics, Sunglasses, Furniture and Homewares.

Eden Park also has formalwear contracts with the Welsh Rugby Union, the French Rugby Union, the Irish Rugby Football Union, the Italian Rugby Union and was also involved with the British and Irish Lions Tours in 2001 & 2005.

Toby Flood, England and Leicester Tigers fly-half, is the official brand ambassador since August 2011.

 

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