If you’re looking for the latest, must-have offering from Telfar, look no further than your local White Castle.
The cult-favourite NYC brand is teaming up with the iconic East Coast burger establishment once again, this time to design all new uniforms for the restaurant’s 10,000 employees to celebrate 100 years of White Castle. Telfar announced the news with a stunning portrait series captured by photographer Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., featuring White Castle employees from a Queens location sporting the new Telfar Clemens–curated gear. The images showcase the employees’ new work wardrobe staples, including a T-shirt, polo shirt, apron and matching visor, and durag, all in shades of blue and black. The durag is currently available to purchase from the collection.
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Telfar has a long-standing relationship with the fast-food chain, dating back to 2015 when the restaurant sponsored the brand’s fashion show during New York Fashion Week and later hosted an official after-party at its Times Square location. Telfar has also previously released a White Castle–inspired collection of T-shirts, hoodies, and beanies emblazoned with the brand’s signature T logo.
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“White Castle supported us before our success and we consider them family,” said Babak Radboy, Telfar’s creative director, in a statement. “Their team would serve Sliders backstage at all our shows and were basically part of our team. It’s still the only thing open after midnight in TELFAR’s hood—seeing our uniforms there means something to us, and so we take it personally.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.