McDonald's is not known for having trendy uniforms, however, the brand has received a vintage makeover. Founder of clothing label Red or Dead, Wayne Hemmingway, has designed a new look for the McDonald's employee. Inspired by 1960's mod trend, Hemmingway brought an old-school traditional vibe to the new getups - for example, female employees will be required to wear pencil skirts. The food-handlers will wear mustard yellow Fred Perry-esque polo shirts for men and gherkin green ones for women, while clerks will sport a faded plaid shirts with dark green pants or skirts. Managers will wear black and white, men wearing skinny ties and women donning scarves around their necks and black pencil skirts.
Hemming states that the managers' uniforms "hark back to a day of really classy air travel," adding, "there's just a little bit of 'Mad Men.'"
Besides their retro flair, the uniforms also have an eco-friendly edge - they're recyclable.
The new look will make its debut in July in the UK during the Olympics.
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