September 16th, 2013

Simon+Simon Essential Workwear Uniforms for Manchester House

Simon+Simon Essential Workwear Uniforms for Manchester House

Press Release by Simon+Simon

Manchester based media relations company, Red Russian PR has secured a brand partnership with their menswear client Simon+Simon and the new Living Ventures Group restaurant, Manchester House.

Simon+Simon was established in late 2012 and has built a reputable brand as redefining essential work wear. The collection offers a range of athletic fit shirts, ties, cravats, pocket squares and braces, and have proved popular with corporate gentlemen seeking a suave, sophisticated ensemble for the office. The brand was introduced to restaurant mogul Tim Bacon, CEO of the Living Ventures Group to make a bespoke solution for their staff uniforms.

The Simon+Simon ‘Athletic Fit' penny collar shirt has been selected for their staff with flexibility and durability in mind when working long hours. There are a range of different collar shapes to choose from on the e- commerce website, but this style was more suited to the brand concept, along with a silk knitted skinny tie, bespoke tweed waistcoats and cigarette slim denim jeans.

Simon Peters who has over 15 years experience in the fashion industry says;
‘We are under no illusion that when guests walk into a restaurant, they want to be greeted with well presented staff. They present guests their first and lasting impression of their dining experience. A smarter look gives a slimmer silhouette, and allows staff members to work in style and comfort.'

Simon has created a bespoke solution redefining workwear for uniform standards. This capsules the essence and synergy of the restaurant concept of redefining fine dining, is the perfect brand partnership.

Tags: Manchester House, Simon+Simon, Uniforms
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