A fashion store in New Jersey was once the largest supplier of uniforms in the world.
Now, they are making a comeback thanks to a recent fashion mark.
According to a New York Times article published on Monday, a small fashion company in New Brunswick, New Jersey, is offering sewing factory uniforms to the general public.
The company, which makes the clothing for fashion shops and boutiques across the world, says that it will begin making uniforms for the general population in the coming weeks.
The uniforms are a way to celebrate the company’s centennial and a way for the brand to celebrate its 150th birthday, the Times reports.
In a statement to the Times, a spokesperson for the company said, “We are excited to offer the public these high-quality sewing uniform sets, which will celebrate the brand’s 150th anniversary with a new look.”
“It’s our mission to provide the finest and most professional clothing in the industry,” the spokesperson continued.
“To celebrate our 150th, we will offer a brand-new set of sewing uniform and fabric uniforms that are both affordable and made with quality.”
The brand has made a splash in the fashion industry in the past by making a series of retro-inspired jackets that include a classic logo.