The latest range from Grahame Gardner Ltd brings uniform design together with cutting-edge sportswear technology in a UK workwear first.
The Leicester-based firm has launched its ‘Advance’ collection in response to increasing demand from businesses for more customisable and contemporary uniforms that provide increased comfort and resilience.
The range, which consists of six styles, uses a unique new fabric called ‘Aura’ which, like sportswear fabrics, provides the wearer with moisture control as well as durability.
Customers can choose from two products, ‘Cut and Sew’ – which offers a range of 16 colours and trim options, or ‘Advance Dye Sublimation’ – which goes a step further allowing any colour including pantone matching, any image or pattern, you can even use your company logo to create bespoke panels and trims. This option is the latest advance in permanent printing as the ink actually impregnates the fabric so is unaffected by washing or ironing, with a minimum order of just 10 across one style of any size.
Gary Lory, managing director of Grahame Gardner, said: “We’re thrilled to launch our new Advance range. We’ve seen a significant increase in the number of customers looking for more bespoke workwear solutions, who understand the importance of building and maintaining a strong brand that represents their organisation to both the people who utilise their services and their staff.”
For further information, visit www.grahamegardner.co.uk