Kensington Palace

5 March 2012 | 0 Comments | News

In an all British creative collaboration, Kensington Palace turned to uniform designers and suppliers Jermyn Street Design to bring Jaeger’s design concepts for a new Kensington Palace uniform to life.

JSD’s Technical Team of Senior Designers and Garment Technologists created the patterns from Jaeger’s initial sketches, turning them into a working, functional uniform.

JSD, which has supplied uniforms to the Historic Royal Palaces in the past, sourced the fabric and trims and produced several samples before the final combination of colour, cut, fabrics and trim were decided upon. The company went to a trusted London based manufacturer to make the final garments.

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