For us, it was like a déjà vu (a few months ago we did lapel pins for a Hollywood movie “London Has Fallen”). The client explained over the phone, that they need some high-quality lapel pins as the pins would appear to close up on a TV screen.
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Lapel pins for a Hollywood movie “London Has Fallen” starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman
We, at Roman Tavast, received a phone call on Friday morning saying that some special lapel pins were urgently needed. Intrigued we asked for elaborate and were told that the caller was a costume designer, Stephanie Collie from LHF Films Ltd.