MCC has today announced a new partnership with renowned fashion brand Hawes & Curtis.
The collaboration of the prestigious tailor with MCC, owners of Lord’s Cricket Ground, is a natural fit with both brands proudly boasting more than 100 years of heritage and authenticity.
The iconic British brand will be designing an exclusive limited collection for MCC Members and visitors to Lord’s to purchase from the onsite retail outlet and online from both Lord’s and Hawes & Curtis websites. Bespoke uniforms are also being created for front of house match day staff, featuring a range of Hawes & Curtis luxury suits, finest shirts and elegant accessories. The collections will showcase ideal attire for a day at one of the finest cricket grounds in the world.
The three-year partnership will see a phased roll-out of the collections starting with match day uniforms in April, and bespoke designs for MCC Members and Lord’s retail later revealed this summer. To celebrate the partnership, Hawes & Curtis and MCC will be launching a new match day style guide, featuring the fashion brand’s new spring/summer collection as recommendations on what to wear to the Home of Cricket.
"We look forward to showcasing our fantastic collection to MCC’s Members and spectators at Lord’s"
Andy Muggleton, MCC Assistant Secretary (Commercial), said: “It’s wonderful to start the year with an exciting new partnership with a renowned brand with which we have such strong affiliations.
"We share the unique values of Hawes & Curtis of both being proud of our heritage while having an innovative and bold look ahead to the future. I’m looking forward to seeing the various collections worn with pride at Lord’s over this cricket season and for the years to come.”
Touker Suleyman, Hawes & Curtis CEO, said: “We are delighted to be the official formal wear partner to such an iconic sporting Club and one of the most famous cricket grounds in the world. We look forward to showcasing our fantastic collection to MCC’s Members and spectators at Lord’s, the Home of Cricket.”