This week, Marks & Spencer announced a new partnership with England rugby star Maro Itoje.
Everything about the fall offer
Maro has partnered with M&S Menswear to present the Fall 2021 collections, where it will showcase a versatile range of stylish products with broad appeal for M&S Collection and Autograph. The fall lines feature a number of more relaxed silhouettes and stretch fabrics with smart separate options to meet the continuing trend towards smart / casual wear. The new collections are all designed with style, trusted quality and concern for the planet – values ââthat Maro proudly shares with M&S.
Maro wears Big & Tall sizes, expertly designed for large frames. M&S Menswear continues to offer one of the most comprehensive size ranges on the High Street with Big & Tall up to 4XL. All Big & Tall products are available online for next day pickup at over 700 M&S stores and customers can access style advice via a 7/7 video call from the experts at M&S ââMenswear.
Energy, Confidence & Style
Maro is known for his love of style as well as his prowess on the court and is bringing his sharp apparel to the new season, making him the perfect style hero for the M&S brand. How M&S presents itself as a brand is crucial to its goal of being more relevant, more often, and encouraging customers to buy more categories. Large partner brands play an important role in attracting new and existing customers and M&S continues with a range of partnerships, including smaller and more informal collaborations with a wide range of influencers.
Working with M&S, Maro Itoje said: “I am delighted to be teaming up with M&S, a brand that I grew up with and have loved wearing over the years, and that shares the same important values ââas me. Style is a passion for me, so be asked to work with M&S to wear the new collections was an honor. There are so many stunning, stylish pieces from the new season that I can’t wait to wear again! “
Wes Taylor, Director of M&S Menswear, said: âMaro’s undeniable style and passion for clothing is evident, and with his common values ââthat we share as a brand, he was an obvious choice to represent M&S ââ- we are delighted that he joined us to put showcasing our stylish new collections for fall. “
Community and inclusion
In addition to his career as a professional rugby player, Maro is also a patron of the Black Curriculum, an organization which aims to provide a sense of belonging and identity to young people across the UK by teaching an accessible Black History program. UK focused on the arts in schools through program delivery, as well as support to teachers through teacher training. M&S is also supporting the initiative as one of its community and inclusion Sparks charities and in October (Black History Month) the donation of a M&S penny every time a client do her shopping. (with the charity chosen as the Sparks charity) will be doubled.
By getting involved in The Black Curriculum, Maro Itoje said âThe Black Curriculum is a wonderful social enterprise that seeks to increase the amount of Black History taught in schools. The brilliant work they do is what got me involved, I wanted to be a part of it and help with all of it. possible ways. “
Learn more about Maro on M & S.com here.
The Maro for M&S agreement was facilitated by the Roc Nation management agency.
About A / W at M&S
Across M&S, this fall / winter aims to showcase a more stylish, relevant and confident clothing company – which started in June with “Nothing Neutral About It”. This latest marketing update follows the successful launch of M & S’s global Fall / Winter campaign – Anything But OrdinaryYes inspired by the trusted anything but ordinary quality of M&S products – M&S remains the UK’s No.1 retailer for quality with over 80% of customers purchasing it in the last year , agreeing that it is of good quality.
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