Susanne Malim is the Founding Director of Jermyn Street Design, Bespoke Corporate Clothing, Uniforms and Workwear Suppliers. We took 5 minutes to get to know the face behind the name. From the challenges faced when starting a uniform business 33 years ago, to her favourite designers, what to consider when designing a new staff uniform and what in is store for the future of JSD. We hope that you enjoy!
Accepting a uniquely challenging brief, Jermyn Street Design has created a range of more than 50 different staff uniform items for Center Parcs. The uniforms are currently being distributed to 7,500 employees at all five UK Villages including the newest Village, Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire. Ann Hatcher, Category Buyer for Center Parcs, comments: “We were looking for a unique clothing range that captured the essence of Center Parcs; a natural […]
Rail Connect Magazine, September Issue Enlightened train operating companies are recognising that stylish bespoke uniforms, which use good design to enhance functionality for everyday job roles, can help to give employees pride in their work – and that it pays to engage unions and staff in developing this valuable employee benefit. The recent news that 250+ UK Border Force staff claim their new uniforms caused them painful skin conditions and […]
Over the past 3 years Jermyn Street Design has grown from strength to strength. With many new exciting client wins and multiple successful new range launches, we decided it was time to showcase some of our work on our brand new website. We are proud of the clients we clothe and the strong working relationships we have built with them over the years. We have designed an interactive website that […]
Our Managing Director recently featured in The Evening Standard to discuss how she started her business selling uniform back in 1981. Read all about her journey from modelling to surviving the recession. Click here to read more…
Jermyn Street Design is very proud to have won the contract to design the new image uniforms for Eurostar against competition from throughout Europe. The brief was to create stand-out visibility, quality and elegance in the new uniform to coincide with Eurostar’s £700m programme of investment in its new, state-of-the-art fleet of trains. The new uniform was designed by Christina Burke, who has a background in high street fashion. She […]
Gatwick Airport is launching a new uniform, which the Sussex airport describes as a bold move away from the traditional black and white image of airport security. It’s designed by uniform design company Jermyn Street Design. Gatwick wanted a new uniform to fit in with a £12m airport refurbishment and their new brand image. Read more here.
Staff at London Gatwick Airport will now wear a stylish new uniform – which will see them all wear the same design rather than the current 16. Feedback was garnered from 1400 staff, who registered their desire to have uniforms that make them proud to work for Gatwick. Read more here.
Gatwick Airport is in the process of launching a catwalk inspired uniform as part of their 12m airport refurbishment and their new brand image. Jermyn Street Design (JSD) was chosen for the project as it specialises in uniform design for the travel, hospitality and luxury goods industries. The new collection by JSD incorporates bold colours which stand out in the busy environment of Gatwick Airport. Read more here.