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45 Park Lane

When the Dorchester Collection launched the 5 star London hotel, 45 Park Lane, it commissioned a luxurious contemporary interior created by the world-renowned architect and designer, Thierry Despont. Imaginative staff uniform designs were originated to co-ordinate with those sharp modern interiors, and these garments needed to be developed and manufactured. The pressure was on, as the project was needed within a very short time frame. 45 Park Lane had fixed the opening date, with an impressive VIP presence; for the preceding soft opening, all front of house staff had to be in the one corporate uniform. JSD won the tender.

With its in-house design and sample production team, JSD worked up samples for us within a quick turnaround time. We could ask for changes to the range to suit our needs, and see samples before giving the go-ahead to manufacture.

45 Park Lane

Our brief was to engineer the front of house ladies’ wear and housekeeping designs for this luxury hotel. With our in-house pattern and sampling team, JSD was well placed to respond fast and to develop what is a very modern, clean-cut tunic look. Worn with trouser or skirt, a shot of colour is introduced in the body suit and accessories, in a choice of two colours.

These staff uniform items had to suit a range of body shapes and ages, and be fit for purpose in very different work situations. And because they were essentially working garments, the fabrics we specified and the tailoring needed to survive an industrial laundry.

Swift turnaround on delivery was vital and so JSD stipulated that the whole product range should be made in the UK – specifically in East London because of the volumes and the short lead times. The client was delighted with the quality delivered and so subsequent orders have gone through the same manufacturer.

Our brief was to engineer the front of house ladies’ wear and housekeeping designs for this luxury hotel. With our in-house pattern and sampling team, JSD was well placed to respond fast and to develop what is a very modern, clean-cut tunic look. Worn with trouser or skirt, a shot of colour is introduced in the body suit and accessories, in a choice of two colours.

These staff uniform items had to suit a range of body shapes and ages, and be fit for purpose in very different work situations. And because they were essentially working garments, the fabrics we specified and the tailoring needed to survive an industrial laundry.

Swift turnaround on delivery was vital and so JSD stipulated that the whole product range should be made in the UK – specifically in East London because of the volumes and the short lead times. The client was delighted with the quality delivered and so subsequent orders have gone through the same manufacturer.

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