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Raging Bull opens first House of Fraser Concession




John King, CEO, House of Fraser, comments: ‘Raging Bull has credibility and great potential as a brand. With a genuine sports heritage that comes from the label’s founder, rugby legend Phil Vickery, we are confident that the combination of qu...

Peter Andre raises awareness for Orchid


In his New! magazine column he has mentioned his involvement in the judging process and his affiliation with the Raging Bull brand.

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Sam Attwater wearing Raging Bull


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Raging Bull and the National Schools 7s


Wooden Spoon and J P Morgan Asset Management have teamed up to provide disadvantaged youngsters with a once in a lifetime opportunity to take on the best rugby playing schools in the UK at the National Schools 7s tournament. To see the teams in action wearing Raging Bull visit

Orchid Tee gets coverage on the bath rugby website
To see the T-shirt in action follow the link to see the players wearing it.

To see the T-shirt in action follow the link to see the players wearing it.

The shirt will also be on sale at tonights 5k Orchid Blue River run in Paternoster Square...

Raging Bull help Male Cancer Week

Students from all three years on the BA (Hons) Fashion Illustration course at London College of Fashion (LCF) were briefed to design an iconic t-shirt to raise awareness of the three male specific cancers - penile, prostate and testicular – by using a creative platform to engage and inform people of...

RUGBY player Phil Vickery is tackling the fashion world

RUGBY player Phil Vickery is tackling the fashion world with a new Cheltenham store.

The former Gloucester, Wasps and England front row has brought his clothing range, Raging Bull, to the town's Regent Arcade.

It is Raging Bull's first stand-alone outlet.

Managing director Shannon Mercer said: "W...

Phil Vickery retires...


England lost another of Sir Clive Woodward’s World Cup-winning heroes today after one heavy collision too many in the line of duty.

 Wasps announced Phil Vickery’s retirement from all rugby with immediate effect after the mighty Cornish prop received firm medical advice that it was time to call ...

This is Gloucestershire... The Raging Bull retires


The man nicknamed the Raging Bull spent ten successful seasons at Kingsholm after moving from his native Cornwall in 1995.

During that time he made 145 appearances in Cherry and White, scoring 20 points and alongside Andy Gommersal and front-row partner Trevor Woodman was part of the England 2003...



Phil Vickery has been forced to retire from rugby with immediate effect.

The former British and Irish Lions, England and Wasps prop is set to announce his decision at a press conference later today.

It is understood Vickery, a World Cup winner from 2003 and a former England captain, has been for...