In the days after the Boston Marathon bombing, the city of Boston began using sewing uniforms in its public places.
Some residents began wearing them as a symbol of community pride.
Now, Boston is using its sewing and dining uniforms to show off the city’s new logo, “The City of Boston.”
In Boston, the uniforms were worn by city workers and students.
Some of the uniforms have been worn by police officers, including the officer in charge of Boston Police.
A number of the uniform designs have been created by designers in collaboration with Boston-based design studio, Nudie.
The uniforms are a symbol for the city that has seen a string of attacks and other terrorist incidents since the marathon bombings.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced that the city would be using the uniforms on the streets and in schools to show the public what the city is all about.
Boston is the first U.S. city to introduce a uniform that is made with recycled materials, said Boston Mayor Marty Kennedy.
The uniforms are made from recycled fabrics, which are renewable and biodegradable.
The city said it plans to use the uniforms to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
The designs are designed by Nudies textile designer, Nadiya Pachulia, and will be on display at the Boston Museum of Science from Sept. 22-23.