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Cintas wins five NAUMD 'image of the year' awards
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May '16
Courtesy: Naumd
Courtesy: Naumd
Cintas Corporation, manufacturer of uniforms and safety products has received five 'image of the year' (IOY) awards from the North American Association of Uniform Manufacturers and Distributors (NAUMD), including a 'best of the best' award.

Cintas was honoured for work with Embassy Suites, Monarch Beach Resort, Ordway Center of the Performing Arts and Greektown Casino. Presented by the Image Apparel Institute (IAI), a division of the NAUMD, the 2016 IOY awards recognises fashion, function, creativity and innovation in apparel design.

“For 17 consecutive years our fashion designers and clients have been recognised with NAUMD IOY awards. Through collaboration with our clients, we create apparel collections that not only deliver a high image, but are also designed to perform in the work environment,” said Kristin Sharp, director of design and merchandising at Cintas.

Mediterranean inspired, tailored pieces were designed in a washed out colour palate with subtle textural collocations and a restrained use of bright accents which created apparel collection reflects the essence of modernity, simplicity and a contemporary fashion aesthetic.

The Cintas apparel program for Embassy Suites features softer fabrics and silhouettes that allow for individuality and personal style, while maintaining brand identity. The collection also includes eco-friendly garments.

Cintas' uniform program for the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts has won in the entertainment category for its classic, tailored apparel with accents of red to match the Ordway brand and building decor accents. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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