Workwear provider Grahame Gardner has relaunched its Advance range. First unveiled in 2016, the Advance range of dye sublimated tunics uses a technical fabric called Aura, which the company says offers the wearer moisture control as well as durability.
“The main improvement has been in the quality of the final produced dye-sublimated garments, which means we can now meet the increased demand for truly bespoke garments from customers seeking to move away from traditional styles and designs,” explained Simon Ward, group sales director at Grahame Gardner. He added: “We’re thrilled to bring this new and improved Advance range to market after a period of research and development to build on the original designs from 2016. We feel we’ve given it a fresh, new look and there is a more modern feel to the styles available which are more attractive to the 2019 market place.”
The 100% polyester, 160gsm Aura fabric can be hand washed or laundered in a washing machine at 40ºC, and is said to be easy to maintain due to its fast drying nature and inherent wrinkle- and shrink-resistance. Sizes are from 6–26 (XS-2XL) and there is a minimum order quantity of 10 garments, with delivery in approximately six to seven weeks.
The design service, usually £50.00+VAT, is free until 1 July 2019.