Press Enquiries

Clients across the UK and in Europe commission JSD to design staff uniforms and corporate workwear that help build their brands. We work with companies across many sectors and at all levels.

A vital part of our service delivery is supporting clients and their marketing and press teams. Our own PR consultant – together with the in-house JSD account managers and designers – work collaboratively to help promote the launch of clients’ entirely new collections or existing range additions. We have more than 30 years’ experience liaising with the UK and international press: we understand the need to hit deadlines and to give strong industry quotes.

Previous Press Coverage

Most Iconic Brand Uniforms

Perhaps the most embarrassing mistake you can make while out shopping is tapping someone on the shoulder, asking them if they could check out the back and see if they ‘have this in a size small’, only to discover they don’t actually work there. We are all guilty of this, and it’s an easy mistake to make due to the fact most shops don’t employ a strict uniform policy, or […] Read more

How fashion brands are approaching sustainability

Many businesses have come under criticism for their approach on environmental issues, with some consumers even switching their most loyal brands to competitors as a result. But innovative businesses are now quickly realising that deploying an eco-conscious tangential change in their material sourcing is what the consumers of 2019 want. Sustainability within retail refers to the sourcing of eco-friendly materials that make up the fabrics used in clothing. Other factors […] Read more

How much influence does work attire have on productivity?

What we wear in the workplace is something that is quite often debated and discussed. Over time, employees of varying industries have kitted themselves out with what their employers think is both practical for more industrious-based jobs and smart in client-facing jobs. But with rules and attitudes changing all the time on how we approach the way we dress our employees, how much does is affect productivity in the workplace? […] Read more

Gender and Influence: How its changed over time

Before 1972, men dominated the helms of the Fortune 500 (the 500 largest corporations in the United States), with not one woman entering the frame. Enter Katharine Graham, who, after initially getting snubbed of the reigns by her father – passing it instead to son-in-law Phillip – became chair in 1963, and went on to attain that title nine years later. Four decades later, women’s rise in power and influence […] Read more

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