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Meet our Design Manager, Christina Burke

11 November 2015 | 0 Comments

      In the second interview of our meet the team series, we asked Christina Burke, our Design Manager, for her thoughts on JSD, her career and the design industry. How do you develop your understanding of a client’s brand and culture? We hit the ground running by undertaking extensive online research of the brand, looking at the brands entire history and key values. We also ask the client […]
Meet our Operations Manager, Melanie Smith

16 October 2015 | 0 Comments

      We sat down with Melanie Smith, our Operations Manager here at Jermyn Street Design to discuss everything, from her career and what she likes to do on a Sunday, to challenges facing the industry such as ethical sourcing and sustainability. What motivates you at work? The desire to improve. I improve by learning from the knowledge and experience of the people I work with – they inspire […]
Esprit Magazine: JSD – Dressing the Beauty Industry for Over 33 Years

6 October 2015 | 0 Comments

Jermyn Street Design has been creating clothes that work for well-known, global beauty and fashion brands such as Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Guerlain, Lancôme International, Decleor and World Duty Free for over 33 years. Three beauty companies who were amongst the first to work with JSD were Max Factor, Revlon and Ives Saint Laurent (who the company still works with since it was bought by L’Oréal in 2008). Another early client, […]
The Rise of Fashionable Protectivewear

14 September 2015 | 1 Comments

This October, Jermyn Street Design will be exhibiting, for the first time, at the A+A International Trade Fair for Safety, Security and Health at Work. The fair attracts corporate clothing specialists from around the world, looking to share and discover innovative solutions in protectivewear. A more recent theme featuring at the fair this year is corporate fashion. It is vital that protectivewear is safe and fit for purpose but employers […]
A Guide to the Different Types of Corporate Clothing

10 September 2015 | 0 Comments

Types of Corporate Clothing from Jermyn Street Design Find out more about the different types of corporate clothing and how each type is designed, manufactured and distributed.
JSD to Exhibit at The A+A International Trade Fair

7 August 2015 | 0 Comments

Companies looking for a uniform supplier will receive a free design review if they visit Jermyn Street Design’s stand at A+A this October. The British corporate clothing specialist is exhibiting there for the first time this year, to build on the relationships the company has developed with clients over more than 30 years in the business. Founded in London in 1981, JSD has developed uniform ranges for brands such as […]
Trend forecasting – the way to thrive not tank!

3 July 2015 | 0 Comments

‘People watching’ is nothing new. The author Graham Greene –acknowledged as ‘the ultimate chronicler of 20th-century man’s consciousness’ – admitted that his best research for those characters and plots in best-selling novels like Brighton Rock and The End of the Affair was conducted sitting quietly in French cafes, silently people watching. Fast forward seven decades and trend forecasting – understanding people and using this knowledge to help companies meet their […]
It’s all in the detail

1 June 2015 | 0 Comments

When you think about uniforms, it’s not usually design flair or the latest style details that automatically spring to mind. All too often, uniforms = boring uniformity. They’re what you wear because you have to, not because you choose to. But all that is changing. Out there in the workplace, potential new recruits are selecting where they work because of what they wear to work. Uniforms are becoming a powerful […]
Traffic Warden Uniforms: The Ultimate Re-brand.

1 April 2015 | 1 Comments

    We are proud to announce an exciting new project here at Jermyn Street Design. We have been given the task of redesigning London’s traffic warden uniform. The public feeling towards traffic wardens is often hostile, largely because they are perceived to be unapproachable and uncompromising. Our brief was to change that perception into something more positive, through a complete re-brand and redesign of the traffic wardens’ uniform. The […]