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Announcing the Winner of the JSD Design Challenge 2016

26 April 2016 | 0 Comments

On behalf of the entire JSD team, we are delighted to announce the winner of the 2016 JSD Design Challenge – Lucy Dodd, a second year Textiles student at the University for the Creative Arts. Lucy overcame strong competition to win the £1,000 cash prize and three-month expenses-paid internship at JSD, where Lucy will work alongside the design team at our head office in Hammersmith, London. Lucy will have the […]
Announcing the Launch of JSD Designed Uniforms for the Great Western Railway

26 April 2016 | 0 Comments

Jermyn Street Design are proud to announce the launch of our latest project, staff uniforms for Great Western Railway (GWR). The new designs were unveiled during a special catwalk at the Bath in Fashion show, where GWR shared a stage with High Street retailers showcasing their Spring collections. More than 3,800 GWR staff have been issued with their new uniforms, bespoke designed, manufactured and project managed by our talented teams. […]
A brief history of ethical manufacturing (from 1900 – today)

14 April 2016 | 0 Comments

  “Ethical manufacturing is vital because everyone deserves to feel safe in the workplace and empowered to make choices about their life. We take this responsibility very seriously and strive to make a positive difference every day.” – Melanie Smith, Operation Manager, Jermyn Street Design. The fashion industry is full of cautionary tales where ethical standards have fallen short, customers have deserted and brand reputations have been ruined. In the […]
Uniforms of the Future

10 March 2016 | 0 Comments

One of the most significant drivers of global change over the last decade has been technology. It has changed the way we shop, the way we interact with businesses and our expectations as consumers. As technology continues to change consumer behaviour, brands and their corporate wear must also adapt. Below are a few of the growing trends that we believe could influence the uniforms of the future. Click and Collect […]
A Guide To Making Your Uniform Last Longer

11 February 2016 | 0 Comments

We all wear a uniform to work; whether it is a suit that provides you with the confidence to deliver a sales pitch or trousers that give you the freedom to manoeuvre through a busy bar or restaurant, we need to ensure that our uniform lasts through the busiest and most stressful of days. Therefore, we have put together our tips for keeping your uniform in the best condition for […]
Design Challenge 2016

5 February 2016 | 4 Comments

We are on the hunt for a creative and innovative fashion student to join our in-house team of bespoke uniform designers. Do you know how to bring clothing to life? Or can you predict next season’s hottest trends? If so, perhaps you could be our Design Challenge champion! We are offering a one-off opportunity to win a 3 month internship with Jermyn Street Design and a £1000 cash prize in […]
Meet our Managing Director, Susanne Malim

1 February 2016 | 0 Comments

  In our final meet the team interview, we talked with with Susanne Malim about starting her own company, her role models and what makes Jermyn Street Design different. Why did you start your own company? I was approaching the end of a 10 -year modelling career and was helping to sell fashion collections for a French and an Italian Fashion House in a London showroom. Through a friend, I […]
2015: Our Highlights

21 December 2015 | 0 Comments

To mark the end of 2015, we sent a survey around the JSD office and asked our team to discuss their top JSD highlights, hopes for 2016 and put together a summary of 2015.  We welcomed new staff. Having an engaged and thriving team is very important to us. We strongly believe that if you surround yourself with people who are good at what they do and have a passion […]
Meet our Sales Director, Ann Dowedswell

3 December 2015 | 0 Comments

    In the third installment of our meet the team series, we spoke with Ann Dowdeswell about her career, the symptoms of an outdated uniform and the key to a successful team. What has been the most valuable lesson of your career? I have learnt that with a positive attitude and a great team, there is never a challenge that cannot be tackled. AND “Don’t sweat the small stuff”. […]