As the Grand Final day fast approaches, and we psych ourselves up for the clash between the burly Western Bulldogs and swift-on-their-feet Syndey Swans, we look back on the crowning achievement of Patrick Dangerfield and his record-shattering win at the Brownlow awards ceremony.
Brownlow Best Dressed
Not Just about football, the ceremony is a magnet for the who's who of Australia to stroll down the red carpet, showcasing their sharpest threads and most glamorous gowns.
Talking Footy's Sam McClure snatched up some foucs wearing our Blue Dinner Suit.
Decked out in a dapper Black Dinner Suit, Seven's sportscaster celebs, Andrew Welsh and Hamish Mclachlan, were spotted chatting up local legends on the Swisse Red Carpet after a long day of putting the new PJ range to the test.
You can find the full feature of the dynamic duo duking it out in our new range, the Tailored escape over at the Brownlow Throwdown.
Watch Welsh and McLachlan stress test our latest threads in a not-so-friendly game of basketball.
A Dangerous Game
The ceremony itself saw nailbiting tension till the second half when Patrick Dangerfield took the lead, finally polling at an all-time high of 35 votes.
Patrick Dangerfield Puckers up for a photo op with his hard earned medal.
A long time favourite for the Brownlow medal, Dangerfield's gumption for the game saw the 26-year-old take home both the Brownlow and the record for greatest number of votes since Dane Swan's valiant victory in 2011.
McClure and Dangerfield steal a quick post-Brownlow's selfie.
Doubling down, Dangerfield received further recognition of his efforts on and off the field, seeing him snatch up awards for Most Valued Player and Player of the Year, capping off an amazing year for the Geelong superstar.
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