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T.M.Lewin Rugby commercial

T.M.Lewin - Rugby

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A series of short adverts for T.M.Lewin covering their sponsorship of rugby clubs and showcasing their stretch shirts and suits.

The first T.M.Lewin opened in Jermyn Street in 1898. This bustling London Street soon became a magnet for the world’s finest tailors and Mr. Thomas Mayes Lewin was among the industry's original innovators. A hundred years ago, shirts didn’t have buttons down the front. T.M.Lewin's 'coat-shirts' were not only pioneering, they are a prototype of the modern shirt worn today.

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Wasps Rugby | Machine Washable | T.M.Lewin

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Machine Washable Suits. 100% Italian wool. As worn and washed by Wasps Rugby.

Gloucester Rugby | Stretch Shirts | T.M.Lewin

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Our stretch shirts are essential kit. The finest cotton. Combined with 5% Lycra. Wear to the office, clubs, or even rugby clubs. As worn by Gloucester Lions.



Director - Francis Castelli

Creative Director - Robert Campbell

DOP - Ian Murray

Editor - Chris Hailes