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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 […]
Trend: Designer Uniforms

24 March 2015 | 1 Comments

At an exciting, albeit volatile time for retail, most people employed in the industry – whatever their age, size or shape – are fashion aware and want to look good in what they wear to work, writes Susanne Malim, MD of Jermyn Street Design (JSD). Research confirms that recruits to this sector often choose to work where they feel most comfortable with the uniform and the brand. That’s why progressive […]
The Cycle of JSD Uniforms

13 March 2015 | 0 Comments

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A Look At The Most Classic Uniforms

27 February 2015 | 0 Comments

Uniform is often something that’s taken for granted. We are surrounded by it in our day to day lives but how often do we actually think about what it means? When we put on a uniform, we become a part of the team it stands for. We make our self-recognisable to the world as a member of that unit, and stand alongside our colleagues as an integral part of the […]
The World’s Most Attractive Uniforms

13 February 2015 | 0 Comments

What is it about those in uniform that we find so appealing? Why have some of the most stereotypically attractive outfits been hijacked from the world of work? In the following article, we take a look at five uniforms commonly considered to be among the most attractive and discuss what makes them so compelling. Military Personnel The first port of call for any uniform enthusiast is obvious. Since the dawn […]
Humans vs Machines – What do you prefer?

5 February 2015 | 0 Comments

Read the hype about social media and shiny new web services and you’d be forgiven for thinking that everyone was conducting their entire life online. Thanks to technology, we are inundated with quicker, easier methods to carry out everyday tasks and buy things. Who needs to see or talk to anyone when you can do it in your pyjamas, any time night or day, at the click of a button? […]
The History and the Future of EUROSTAR Unifoms

3 February 2015 | 0 Comments

Shopping for clothes is sometimes a challenge, particularly if we’re looking for an outfit that can be worn regularly. We need to consider practicality but we also need to choose the appropriate style. Does it suit me? Will I be warm enough? Is it the right size? Those concerns are magnified when you’re creating uniforms that’ll be worn by hundreds of people working for the same company. This is the […]
Check Out the Hot New Uniforms for St James’ Court in London

5 January 2015 | 0 Comments

Peplum jackets. Flashes of gold. Peacock feathers. It’s not your standard hotel employee uniform; but it is the new look for the staff at the London Taj property, St James’ Court. The new uniforms have been designed by Jermyn Street Design (who’ve done bespoke uniforms for other hotel brands including Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn). This was a rather more upmarket task, though – the designers visited the hotel and […]