These days, most industries - from the world of retail, to hospitality and airlines - require their staff to wear uniforms. Uniforms bring practicality as well as identification to a brand. They inspire trust from employees and give them a sense of belonging.
But where did it all originate from, and what did the world's first uniforms look like?
As we near the big 2020, one of the hottest trends in hospitality remains: sustainability. We are becoming more and more sensitive to environmental, as well as social issues. For most, social responsibility has become a moral and an economic obligation.
These shifts in the hospitality industry have been responded to with prioritization of green travel. In the not so distant past, sustainability and luxury would not have featured in the same sentence. Considering that the UN declared 2017 “The International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development”, the time is now for the luxury hospitality industry to get onboard, in...
Tailoring pieces have been a long time staple in women’s work wardrobes. Recently, they became even more popular as global fashion search engine Lyst says that searches for “suits” have surged by 23 % in the last three months. As women also start wearing suits outside of the work place, let’s look at this season’s tailoring key trends !
I - Shapes
A modern take on the classic pantsuit silhouette : ruched sleeve blazers & high waisted culottes. Chic & effortless, it’s also all in the comfort this season.
Today’s tailoring trends are less suited-and-booted than suited-and-sneakered. The new suits are an elevated, luxe version of the streetwear styles men already know. Here are a few key trends for 2019.
Dressed down : The ultimate SS19 vibe is to kill the idea that a suit is uncomfortable. Men are favouring a more casual dress code & are going for something that looks smart but feels relaxed. Think white tee & trainers instead of the classic shirt & tie attire.
Dresscode is part of Vacherin’s preferred list of suppliers, which means that we get the opportunity to work with a vast variety of different business around London through recommendation.
One of our latest client is the Swedish bank chain SEB.
The requirements for the brief was that the uniforms that were modern, sleek and with a tiny pop of the brand’s corporate lime green.
Dresscode used the base of the beautiful Lisa Jacket from our Ready to Wear collection.
We selected a soft grey in a high quality stretch viscose and contrasted the collar in black to make it stand...