England fly-half Marcus Smith is a generational rugby talent, and now he’s looking just as good off the pitch thanks to a partnership with sharp menswear brand Charles Tyrwhitt.

For Charles Tyrwhitt, Marcus Smith was an obvious choice to represent the brand’s philosophy and showcase its latest collection. 

Smith has proven himself to be a rising star, generating the kind of buzz that surrounds exceptional players destined to go down in history. Aged 18, he joined Harlequins, and in July 2021 made his debut in the white shirt of England. Known for his exceptional creativity on the pitch, he’s far from your average player.

With the Guinness Six Nations in full swing, we’re going to see a lot more from the exciting fly-half – who looks just as good off the pitch, sporting Tyrwhitt’s new spring collection.

Smith channels the effortlessly sharp aesthetic in tailoring that fits him like a glove: from a staple Royal Oxford shirt to a luxe Italian Jersey jacket. But he also gets comfy in pieces made for the weekend – such as the slick Zip-Neck Polo, or the Cotton Linen Overshirt. 

The brand’s main philosophy? To be dressed for success off the pitch as well as on it. Marcus Smith not only embodies the future of England Rugby, but the future of the Tyrwhitt man.

Quality clothing

Launched in 1986, Charles Tyrwhitt makes menswear that’s built to last, using only the finest materials. Its ultimate mission is to help men look and feel good, effortlessly. Although mostly known for making the perfect formal shirt – and offering it in one of the market’s widest varieties of styles, sizes and fits – Tyrwhitt also offers a full wardrobe on top of its signature range, including casualwear, shoes and accessories.

The business carries quality through to its exemplary customer service and offers a full, no questions-asked six-month guarantee.

Read our full Marcus Smith interview

The collection is available online at charlestyrwhitt.com and selected stores across the UK


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