[Source: ] Indigo Clothing produced these t-shirts for 29 year old entrepreneur and architect Anthony Lau. Anthony was the designer of the racks that hold the bikes for the new London cycle hire scheme. You can buy the t-shirts from Velorution cycle shop in Great Titchfield Street, Soho.
“Mama, mit meinem Praktikumsplatz haette es mich nicht besser treffen koennen!” That is what I told my mother right after my very first week at Indigo as a new intern here. My name is Julia Wilk, I am from Germany, and it means something like, “There would have been no better place for a work […]
Indigo Clothing was proud to be a sponsor of The Peoples Music Awards held on 17 April 2010. Congratulations to all the winners! Indigo produces a lot of merchandise for record labels, bands and music groups as concession sales are great sources of income and promotion. (more…)
My name is Catherine and I am currently in my second year studying Printed Textiles at Loughborough University. When I initially decided to do a placement year after my second year I was a little sceptical as to whether it would be a good idea. However, after my day’s placement at Indigo Clothing I believe […]
Just in case you wondered what happens when you take all the frequency data of the keywords on Indigo Clothing and put them in a cool heart shape… [via tagul.com]
Here at Indigo, the customer services team are often delighted to get testimonials and thank you messages from happy clients via email. The challenge was how could we quickly publish the testimonial to our website, twitter (@indigo) and Facebook (Indigo FB page)? Also, how could the customer services team member do this themself without asking […]
Indigo has been producing hoodies for the Liberty Rose Trust, an organisation that raises funds and awareness for children’s brain tumour research. When Libby was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour aged just eight months old, her parents, Carl and Dawn Finn, were devastated. Their daughter had been born with an optic glioma — a […]
An Indigo Clothing fan sent us this image from the Birmingham Botanical Gardens: a label for an Indigo plant. Ironically the gardens are one of Indigo’s clients – we make their staff uniform!
Post by Meeha: “Oh Meeha, keep in mind we’re very casual and jeans will do just fine.” Just the words any intern/workshadowing student wants to hear when trying to venture into the world of the working kind. I didn’t really know what to expect when I got accepted to do a workshadow with Jo and […]
It has been a while since I have written here to tell the world the latest Indigo news. Kate, our fantastic fashion blogger has been keeping you all amused with t-shirt tales whilst Jo has been leading the team in the office through the economic doldrums that have been battering the economy. I have been […]