Launch of The 104 Collection - Range Catalogue
ere at Studio 104 we are excited to launch our 104 Collection Catalogue. Used alongside the 104 Collection Look Book, this product catalogue aims to help clients easily select key styles and details for their new uniform.
The catalogue showcases every design within the collection outlining garment details, wash care, colour options and important fabric information. Each specification also highlights the key customisable elements available on the garment, a unique addition, that enables each client to personalise the garments to its individual brand identity.
The 104 Collection has been created by our team of respected designers and product developers to offer clients a faster and more cost-effective route to collaborate with Studio 104 on the creation of their staff’s new luxury uniform.
The comprehensive range divides into a 47-piece collection of formal and casual designs for most luxury hospitality settings, catering for a plethora of brand styles and locations.Each garment has been cleverly named after well-known street names from our home in London, making every individual piece easily identifiable.
The catalogue is split into 8 colour coded sections covering all areas of uniform, including men's formal and casual, women's formal and casual, housekeeping, spa, aprons and accessories. The colour coding, along with a range finder in every section, allows the catalogue to be easily and quickly navigated by our clients.
The catalogue has already proved popular with our clients, streamlining their own internal selection process and vastly improving communication with us while presentations are still performed remotely.
With a selection of fabric options ranging from winter formal tailoring to summer lightweight tailoring, the team have taken into consideration the fabric needs of clients in different climates. Fabric and construction details have also been carefully chosen to allow maximum use of the garments.
Studio 104 takes pride in our distinctive garment construction techniques, developed over many years, for garments being worn in a work setting. Techniques such as additional pleating in shirts for movement, special reinforcement stitches for strength, bellowed apron pockets for holding important items and many more special construction features - all outlined for each piece in the new catalogue.
For more information on our new 104 Collection, the look book and catalogue, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Written by Emma - Production Coordinator/Product Developer