U.S. fast food institution White Castle, perhaps best known for its chicken rings and sliders — not so much for its fit game — has taken steps to revamp its look with help from Telfar Clemens. The designer — head of the eponymous, gender neutral fashion brand Telfar based in New York — has revealed a set of T-shirts for the chain’s staff, as well as announcing a new line of White Castle-inspired streetwear set to drop this fall.
The uniforms take a notably retro direction — coming in royal blue with wide, flat collars and a vintage White Castle logo — and also take cues from the company’s past workwear. Rolling out to 400 restaurants across the U.S., the new designs mark a long-standing friendship between the two brands with White Castle having previously catered some of Telfar’s New York Fashion Week parties.
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- Jayson Keeling