Fashionizer Couture Uniforms announced its first global partnership with Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas (multiple locations), who has chosen the UK design company to create a new uniform concept for its spas and resorts worldwide. Last year, under its new management, Six Senses developed a fresh corporate identity, focusing on establishing high standards across its business while creating partnerships with companies that share their values. The refocus included rebranding its uniforms designs, which have been inspired by the new color palette of bright olive, pebble grey, and pearl white. The uniform collection consists of tunics, trousers, skirts, and jackets for spa managers, front-of-house staff, therapists, and attendants. See the full article here
Published online in the Modern Spa Magazine, July , 2014
Our new Azla jacket is designed to be worn by front-of-house and reception staff and managers. See the full article here.
Published online on July 17, 2014
Hospitality Business Middle East spoke to our Managing Director Debbie Leon about how important uniforms are for a property's brand image.
"Debbie Leon launched Fashionizer more than 20 years ago when she identified a gap in the market for luxury uniform design. Nobody at that time..."
"With a commitment to sustainability and ethical standards, Fashionizer Spa specialises in spa uniforms made from natural and organic fibres. Based in London, the company..."
As we move into spring season we take a look at the uniform trends for Spring - Summer 2015. Our new collection featured in the March issue of the Modern Spa Magazine.