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Gender Neutral Fashion: Should it Influence your Uniform Design?

28 October 2017 | 0 Comments

Can Uniform Designs Really Be Gender Neutral? As Retail Week asks whether retailers should abandon gender labels, we examine how gender fluidity translates to corporate uniform design. Societal norms are changing. As part of a drive for gender equality, there is growing demand to break down gender stereotypes and for children, not assign them in the first place. One obvious place to start is what we wear. When couture fashion […]
Designing Individuality into Corporate Uniforms

17 July 2017 | 0 Comments

With Wimbledon officials strictly enforcing the players’ “all whites” dress code, you’d be forgiven for thinking that here in the UK, we are still sticklers for formal attire at every level of society. However, times are changing! How  are corporate wear designers bringing laid back style and individuality to uniforms? In the workplace and in the retail space, corporate wear and uniforms are dressing down and becoming more relaxed. In […]
Dressing for Success? Decoding a Politician’s Wardrobe

23 May 2017 | 0 Comments

Seems only a year ago we were at the voting booths and here we are back again! With election season in full swing, we thought it would be a good time to train our eye on the world of political workwear. Like it or not, what you wear speaks volumes about you. In many ways, politicians dress like office workers. They don’t have a uniform but like many offices, the […]
What Design Trends Will We See In Corporate Workwear in 2017?

30 January 2017 | 0 Comments

Office dress codes are dressing down. Expect uniforms to follow suit… In May last year, an article in the New York Times proclaimed the “end of the office dress code”. Its author Vanessa Friedman said, “We live in a moment in which the notion of a uniform is increasingly out of fashion, at least when it comes to the implicit codes of professional and public life.”  She cited several examples […]
New Center Parcs Uniforms By Jermyn Street Design

16 September 2014 | 0 Comments

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 […]
We have a new Website!

1 September 2014 | 0 Comments

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 […]