New McDonald's Uniforms by Wayne Hemingway Offer a Fresh Look

 - Jun 23, 2012
References: telegraph & popsop
McDonald's employees in Britain are getting a fresh and stylish new look, thanks to the new McDonald's uniforms designed by Wayne Hemingway, the man behind the Red or Dead brand.

McDonald's in Britain is rolling out a set of new (and recyclable) outfits right before the start of the London 2012 Olympics. Employees working behind the counter and making fries and burgers will wear a polo shirt -- mustard yellow for men and 'gherkin green' for women -- and instead of the normal baseball cap, employees will now wear little baker-style caps. According to the Telegraph, the customer care assistants helping customers in the main restaurant will wear checked shirts with green trousers or skirts, while managers will be clothed in black and white, and female managers get to wear a mustard neck scarf.

The new McDonald's uniforms will be worn by 87,500 employees across the city at four different restaurants, including the Olympic Park and Athletes village locations.