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'Stretch fabrics, pastel colours latest uniform trends'

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Chef works
Courtesy: Chef works
There has been a big move towards stretch fabrics and pastel colours in the uniform industry. The industry continues to move towards relaxed cool environments, less formal but still very sophisticated, said the head of Chef Works, a leader in the design, development and management of uniform and culinary apparel programmes across the globe.

“The modern uniform industry is in a great stage at the moment. There is a combination of new technologies in the production processes and fresh new fabrics together with very traditional business processes such as stock overheads and logistics. I believe it's the companies that combine and marry these two dynamics that will see the brightest future going forward,” Adam Josselsohn, director of Chef Works, told Fibre2Fashion.

He said that uniforms need to be super-functional. “We have taken a lot of inspiration from the sports world and leisure and yoga wear and implemented these into our kitchen uniform designs. Examples are our cool vent technology and stretch fabrics. The kitchen can be a brutal place and one needs a fitting uniform to perform.”

When asked about the major factors that may have an impact on the future of the industry, Josselsohn said that trade policies may impact certain regions that will affect the industry.

The east will continue to be a dominant player from a production standpoint, as per him. (KD)

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Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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