Marionnaud Taps Carven Uniforms to Outfit Staff

Employees at the perfumery chain’s Paris Champs-Elysées flagship will sport the outfits starting in November.

DRESS FOR SUCCESS: Carven Uniforms will dress sales staff in the newly renovated Marionnaud perfumery flagship on Paris’ Avenue des Champs-Elysées when it reopens this month.

Carven Uniforms — whose license is held by Creation & Image Paris, which also has the license for Balenciaga Uniforms — has created a purple trapeze dress with a black collar and back zipper for women and purple top and black trouser ensembles for both women and men. The uniforms are to change twice yearly, with the spring-summer look coming out in April 2014, said Marionnaud in a statement.