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Fashionizer dresses Sanctuary's new 'City Spas'
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Feb '11
Couture uniform suppliers, Fashionizer, have delivered chic new outfits for staff at the Sanctuary's new boutique spas.

Following the success of the Sanctuary Covent Garden's bespoke spa uniforms, Fashionizer was approached once again to create a brand new uniform for the Sanctuary's next major project – its boutique spas. This is in part due to the success of the original spa therapists' uniforms for the iconic London spa, which were made in Fashionizer's revolutionary, Cotton Performance Fabric.

The Sanctuary has unveiled its new spas in Cambridge, Bristol and Richmond, bringing the best of the Sanctuary Covent Garden - traditional spa treatments and pampering; along with expert consultations, premium spa products, a walk-in Skin Spa for results driven treatments, and a Champagne Manicure Bar.

Alongside the new uniform for Guest Services staff, the Sanctuary also chose to retain the original, cool and comfortable CPF spa therapists' uniforms, and the spa managers' uniforms designed by Fashionizer for the famous London spa.

Debi Green who is responsible for delivering the first three boutique spas on behalf of The Sanctuary, added, “Where Fashionizer Spa excels is its design service – we worked closely with their design team and they have produced a bespoke uniform that syncs perfectly with our new concept; its stylish, comfortable and above all, different to anyone else's. Debbie and her team did an amazing job and the uniforms are very well made.”

The spa uniform company devised a fashionable, asymmetric spa wrap-style top with matching cotton trousers, using the Sanctuary's branded colours of grey and turquoise.

Fashionizer's director, Debbie Leon commented, “The Sanctuary boutique spa staff are wearing a funky new uniform for their Guest Services team, which reflects the vibe of the new, urban brand, along with the tried and tested, Fashionizer bespoke uniforms from their Covent Garden spa.”

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