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How Uniform Manufacturers and Suppliers Can Address Sizing Complexity

The apparel industry has struggled with a lack of reliable sizing standards since the US government began mass-producing military uniforms in the 19th century. At that time, rudimentary body sizing "systems'' were developed manually, by taking chest, waist, and leg...

Air Canada Rouge Returns to the Skies with Updated Uniforms

Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada's leisure airline, resumed service last week with flights operating between Toronto and Las Vegas, Orlando, and Regina, with other destinations being introduced in September, including Cancun and Tampa. Passengers will see Rouge flight...

Crown Uniform & Linen Announces Innovation in Washing Technology

Crown Uniform and Linen, is proud to announce its latest advancement in washing technology. The company is introducing the new OMNI Solutions’ SULADOS Smart Ultraviolet Light Oxidation System into its facilities. The OMNI System uses a unique combination of methods...

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Flair Airlines Unveils New Uniforms at 38,000 Feet

Flair Airlines Unveils New Uniforms at 38,000 Feet

Flair Airlines has been on a hot streak lately, announcing new routes and services across Canada and even to the United States. But on Monday, Flair made news for a different reason: new uniforms. Canadian tennis star Eugenie “Genie” Bouchard was the VIP selected to...

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Vaccine Card Fashion is Now a Thing

Vaccine Card Fashion is Now a Thing

Would you wear a $38 T-shirt that displays your COVID-19 vaccine card? Andrew Wyatt, the CEO of the fashion-tech company Cala, is betting the answer is yes. On its face, the T-shirt design may seem a little silly, or maybe even dystopian. But as vaccine mandates...

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