Project: Revamp of Range 

Client: Canterbury Council 

Key Highlights: 

  • Fitting Service  
  • Stock Range  
  • Video Launch 


Canterbury City Council tendered for a corporate uniform supplier. Total Image was successful in winning the contract due to providing a stock product range that was suitable to a wide demographic of employees, subsidy management and offering a fitting service. 


The Uniform Range
The uniform range is made up of a number of pieces that connect together to create a uniform look but still allowing employees to build a uniform wardrobe for the working week and to find uniform pieces that are suitable to their body shapes and styles that they are comfortable wearing.


Photo shoot and Style Guide Video
Canterbury City Council wanted to create excitement around the new uniform range and so Total Image shot the new uniform using council employees to connect the uniform to the team. The images are used in the catalogue and online website. Management was also concerned with a number of pieces in the uniform that employees may not know what to wear or style the range. Total Image created a style video showing the different ways the garments can be matched together and worn.


LOCAL GOVERNMENT Approved Contractor 

Total Image Group is an approved Contractor for LGP latest contract, Corporate Wardrobe NPN2.11.2

Total Image has experience in supplying and managing uniforms for local governments, departments and the corporate industry for a number of years.  Based on our expertise Total Image has recommended a product range and service offering keeping in mind demographics, job roles and business models.

Total Image has set up a uniform management program for Local Government to ensure the service and products we provide are tailored to our client’s needs and to take away the stress involved in uniform management.

Over the years, Total Image has worked with a number of government departments and Local Governments, through this experience Total Image is familiar with the standard of products and the various ordering and reporting expectations.